Don't know about what you posted as you still have no links. But this guy is a real idiot and doesn't see the forest for the trees. It's not that
milk is bad for you like his tirade goes on to argue. It's that PASTEURIZATION is bad for the milk which makes it bad for people. Pasteurization is
akin to taking a steak and turning it into a lump of charcoal. Of course its not going to be good for you. Raw milk is really a "perfect food" and
raw dairy products are some of the most nutritious things you can put in your body. And this Dr. is an idiot moreover because EVERYONE with lactose
intolerance who eliminates all pasteurized dairy from their diet and incorporates raw or fermented dairy products tolerate them very well. www.notmilk.com...
And there are a lot of things we as humans do that aren't replicated by nature or animals. That doesn't make it unhealthy.
I'd like a source other than google. Your google link didn't provide any noteworthy information on bovine aids or bovine leukemia. I found a few
badly designed webpages and a short wikipedia article on bovine leukemia. Maybe you know where some news articles are?
Eating unpasteurized dairy products carries a high risk of salmonella, E. coli and Listeria (especially dangerous due to it's ability to frequently
cause spontaneous abortion). If those sound like acceptable risks to you, then by all means, drink up. I prefer my milk to not be seething with
pathogenic microbes. Besides, some dairies are starting to switch to cold pasteurization, which negates most f the effects current methods have on the
casein proteins (the "charcoal" analogy you mentioned above).
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