They are fed commercial grains, soy meal, corn, and cottonseed meal that a cow’s stomach was not designed to digest. This causes digestive stress and illness to the animals requiring continual doses of antibiotics. Hormones cause even more stress and illness as their bodies are forced to produce unnatural amounts of milk.
Excerpt From Natural News “When people began moving from rural areas into cities, the animals and humans lived in appallingly dirty conditions. Not realizing that it was important to keep animals and their stalls clean when milking (and free of diseases and industrial waste), people began getting mighty sick from the plethora of pathogens floating around [Read more…]
No. Powdered skim milk is added to 1% and 2% lowfat milk to make it taste better, yet this powdered milk is a source of dangerous oxidized cholesterol and neurotoxic amino acids. And, the fat is the part of the milk which contains all the vitamins and nutrients. So if you cut out the fat, [Read more…]
YES. It’s quite safe. It’s much safer to consume raw milk than eat deli meats for example. And based on stats including a Stanford University Microbiologist (p56 of Expert Court Testimony), it’s safer to drink raw milk than pasteurized milk. The main concern is to get your milk from an ethical farm with healthy animals [Read more…]
Raw milk from grass fed animals is a living food packed with live enzymes, minerals, and vitamins. Grass-fed animals make milk high in vitamins A and D, CLA, Omega-3 fatty acids, and beta-carotene. Easily digested by those intolerant to dairy (digests itself) Excellent for your health (contains enzymes, probiotics, omega 3s, CLA, and immune building [Read more…]
• Nutrient content of goat milk is slightly less than cow milk but goat milk is more digestible because the fat molecules are one-fifth the size of those from cow milk — making it easily tolerated by those with compromised digestive systems. • Seventy-two percent of the milk used throughout the world is from goats. [Read more…]
In a study of 14,893 children aged 5-13, consumption of raw milk was the strongest factor in reducing the risk of asthma and allergy (whether the children lived on a farm or not). The benefits were greatest when consumption of farm milk began during the first year of life. Clinical & Experimental Allergy. 2007 May; 35(5) [Read more…]