Raw milk...

Is raw milk safe?

Do the research...

Much has been said about the cons of raw milk.

According to the CDC

Contamination of raw milk may occur from:

    • Cow feces in contact with the milk
    • Infection in cows
    • Cow diseases
    • Bacteria that live on the skin of cows
    • Environment
    • Insects, rodents, and other animals
    • Cross-contamination from soiled clothing and boots

Yet in a 10 year period (1998 – 2008) the CDC followed this, they claimed 2 people died from the consumption of raw milk products.

How many people have gotten sick, and some died, from ecoli contamination in supposed safe food sources?

I live in Pennsylvania where raw milk is legal. I have, along with thousands of other consumed raw milk and raw milk products for years. I have had nothing but positive health benefits.

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Raw milk is a living food

    • Pasture raised animals.
    • Good for your gastrointestinal tract.
    • Includes 60 digestive enzymes, growth factors, and antibodies.
    • Rich in conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), google this one!
    • Rich in good fats, amino acids, and proteins in a highly digestible form.
    • Loaded with vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and K and a blend of minerals (calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron) whose absorption is enhanced by live lactobacilli (Who needs ACTIVIA) .

Pasteurized Milk is a dead food

    • Cows are raised on high-protein, soy-based feeds.
    • Stand in feed lots in their own manure.
    • Cows are breed with abnormally large pituitary glands so that they produce more milk.
    • Given antibiotics to keep them well.
    • Pasteurization transforms the physical structure of the milk proteins. Making them hard to digest.
    • Destroys the friendly bacteria found naturally in milk.
    • Reduces the micro-nutrient and vitamin content.
    • Encourages the growth of harmful bacteria.
    • Converts lactose into beta-lactose. Beta-lactose is rapidly absorbed in the human body. This can spike insulin and give you the feeling of being hungry right away.
    • When pasteurized milk is also homogenized, a substance known as xanthine oxidase is created. This compound can acts as a free radical in your body.

Take some time go online and explore yourself. Ultimately you have to be responsible for your own health and well-being.

Live well today,

Drew

Check out this video from Dr. Mercola and Mark McAfee