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Saturday, November 1, 2014

After You Read This You'll Never Look At Milk The Same Way Again!

"I believe that 100% grass-fed raw dairy is the best choice, if it's available to you locally. Raw dairy products are "alive" and have all of their probiotics, vitamins and enzymes intact, including phosphatase, which is necessary to properly absorb the calcium in milk. You can find sources for raw milk on the Real Milk website. If you can't get raw, look for the USDA organic symbol and grass-fed. If you don't have grass-fed, go at least certified organic.
The best way to make sure that you are getting truly organic milk is to only buy directly from local dairies. It's important to get to know local dairy farmers in your area and ask them questions until you find a dairy that you trust. You can find local grass-fed dairies on the Eat Wild database (not all listed are organic)."

Drinking processed cow's milk causes early death

"A recent study published in The BMJ adds to that theory, suggesting that milk consumption doesn't prevent fractures that are often linked to osteoporosis, a condition involving brittle bones that affects 40 million Americans.

More than 200 million people suffer worldwide from osteoporosis, with the majority of them being women over 60. The most concentrated cases exist in Europe, North America and Japan, all of which consume a significant amount of dairy.

Researchers from Sweden, one of the countries that consume the most dairy per capita, examined the lifestyles and diets of more than 100,000 Swedes dating back as far as 1987 and tracking them until their death, or until Dec. 31, 2010.

The results showed that drinking milk did not reduce bone fractures, and those who drank the most milk where likely to die younger than their counterparts"


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