17
Jun
Why Do Stores Sell Pasteurized 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 in their milk…. When that dirty milk was boiled, however, the pathogens didn’t seem to bother anyone so much anymore. And so the process continued. It turned out to be more profitable, too. Less work cleaning cows and cow droppings meant you could ship out dirty milk, knowing that it would be boiled to death later.”
Recommended Book: “The Raw Truth About Milk”, by Dr. William Douglas Campbell