Raw Milk Facts
“Few people are aware that clean, raw milk from grass-fed cows was actually used as a medicine in the early part of the last century (2)(3). That’s right. Milk straight from the udder, a sort of “stem cell” of foods, was used as medicine to treat, and frequently cure some serious chronic diseases (4). From the time of Hippocrates to until just after World War II, this “white blood” nourished and healed uncounted millions.
Clean raw milk from pastured cows is a complete and properly balanced food. You could live on it exclusively if you had to. Indeed, published accounts exist of people who have done just that (5)(6). What’s in it that makes it so great? Let’s look at the ingredients to see what makes it such a powerful food (7).
Our bodies use amino acids as building blocks for protein. Depending on who you ask, we need 20-22 of them for this task. Eight of them are consideredessential, in that we have to get them from our food. The remaining 12-14 we can make from the first eight via complex metabolic pathways in our cells…”
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Note: The healthful milk we once just called milk, now vilified and hounded by the corporate mafia. It’s been banned in many parts of the world … fortunately here in NZ we can still access it. Until only very recently Kiwis were only allowed to buy 5 liters at a time (from the farm gate) for personal consumption. Learn however of the very real health benefits of a product that was once prescribed by Medical Doctors. EnvirowatchRangitikei
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/cur… Natural health expert and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Dr. William Winter about the health benefits — and safety — of raw milk.
RAW MILK GIVES A CHILD RELIEF AND HEALING FROM CHRONIC ECZEMA
Stratford Press by Ilona Hanne
“Eight months ago, Shaylin Downs struggled to make it to school. Her chronic eczema saw her spend days in a wheelchair, travelling to Taranaki Base Hospital three times a week for treatment, unable to enjoy many of the opportunities her school friends did.
With her sheets and pyjamas needing soaking off her in the morning, Shaylin’s life was dominated by her illness.
This summer however, Shaylin is looking forward to being able to join in with her friends, and even going to the beach, something that used to be impossible for her with the salt and sand aggravating her skin…”
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