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Response to NickB79 (Original post)

Mon Dec 16, 2013, 03:11 PM

5. Top Ten Reasons To Drink Raw Milk...

  • 1. Raw milk is vastly more nutritious than pasteurized milk.

  • 2. Raw milk contains enzymes.

  • 3. Raw milk contains probiotics.

  • 4. Raw milk is easier to digest — even for the lactose intolerant.

  • 5. Raw milk is safer than pasteurized milk. It contains “built-in safety systems” that help destroy pathogens:

  • 6. Raw milk is better for cows.

  • 7. Clean, nutritious milk comes from healthy cows that eat grass, not sick cows eating grain.

  • 8. Raw milk is better for farmers. Raw milk can help turn the economy around in rural America.

  • 9. Raw milk doesn’t go “bad” like pasteurized milk does.

  • 10. Raw milk tastes better!

    http://www.cheeseslave.com/drink-raw-milk/


See also -- Harvard Medical School, “Health Benefits of Taking Probiotics”

...and -- "__good bacteria and many other components in raw milk actually destroy pathogens added to the milk.”


The report in the OP smells of industry tainted "news" designed (once again) to scare people away from healthy foods. People have been consuming raw milk & cheese for millenia.

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