Milk–Unpasteurized-Does a Body Good!!!!!

Raw Milk

Link of info on where you can find milk in your local area

http://www.realmilk.com/where1.html

In other Countries

http://www.realmilk.com/where-other.html#can

Many people don’t realize that raw milk has many benefits. It can make you healthier, help you grow properly, and it contains many of the vitamins and enzymes you need to live a healthy life.

Raw milk is rich in enzymes and contains all 22 of the essential amino acids, the building blocks of life1,  including phosphate. Phosphate is essential for the absorption of calcium and is plentifully present in raw milk but is completely destroyed by pasteurization. Phosphatase is an essential agent to the proper development of a strong skeletal structure. The enzyme lipase is also present in raw milk. Lipase aids in the digestion of fats. It is destroyed by pasteurization as well. 2. Lactase, an enzyme that helps with milk digestion and in the digestion of lactose, is in raw milk3. “; Raw milk is also an excellent source of vitamins particularly vitamin B12, a necessary vitamin that is difficult to find in non-meat sources1. Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland found that raw milk contains 2 1/2 times more of the enzyme lgG than pasteurized milk. This important enzyme inhibits rotavirus organisms that cause diarrhea in infants. Natural vitamin C is 33% higher in fresh raw milk than in pasteurized milk 2. Many people don’t realize that vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C, and enzyme inhibitors that kill pathogens are all destroyed by pasteurization. 2 Francis Pottenger, M.D. proved that raw milk reversed scurvy. Raw milk naturally has enzyme-based pathogen killers. These enzymes include lactoferrin, xanthine, oxidase, lactoperoxidase, lysozyme and nisin. Research has shown that when pathogens were added to raw milk they would not grow. The salmonella could not be found after less than 24 hours. The listeria and the E. Coli would not grow either.3 Thus, research has shown that raw milk contains enzymes and antibodies that make milk actually less susceptible to bacterial contamination. Dr. Crew used raw milk therapy on people with advanced cases of pulmonary tuberculosis and they improved rapidly. John Fowler M.D., Worcester Massachusetts, reported relief of muscle cramps in pregnancy. He said that raw milk therapy was very effective, and in no instance where used faithfully, were the muscle cramps in pregnant women a cause of discomfort. 1.Anna Soref: newhope.com
2. William Campbell Douglass, Jr., M.D. & Vonderplanitz, Scientist/Nutrionist

3. Mark McAfee: Founder, Organic Pastures, The Safety of Raw Milk

A lot of people find that raw milk helps them lower weight and blood pressure. One patient went from 325 lbs. to 284 lbs. in two weeks on two qts. of raw milk a day and her blood pressure was reduced from 220 to 170. The worst case of psoriasis Dr. William Douglass had ever seen was when a boy came in and he was covered from head to toe with scales. They put him on a raw milk diet and in less than a month he had skin like a baby’s.  Many people are realizing that raw milk has many benefits. Raw milk contains the essential vitamins, enzymes, and amino acids. Raw milk has been a part of our diet all through the millennia and it has just been these last 100 years that we have pasteurized milk. What a coincidence that now we as a nation are sicker than ever. Pasteurization is just an excuse for the sale of dirty milk, it may be used to mask low quality milk. Pasteurization promotes carelessness. People are now realizing that raw milk is now good for you.

Raw milk vs. Pasteurized milk

CATEGORY COMPARED

RAW MILK = RM—PASTUERIZED MILK =PM

RM-ENZYMES ALL AVAILIBLE– PM- LESS THAN 10% REMAINING

RM–PROTEIN 100% available, all 22 amino acids, including 8 that are essential. PM-Protein-lysine and tyrosine are altered by heat with serious loss of metabolic availability. This results in making the whole protein complex less available for tissue repair and rebuilding

RM-3) Fats: (research studies indicate that fats are necessary to metabolize protein and calcium. All natural protein-bearing foods contain fats.)

RM–All 18 fatty acids metabolically available, PM-both saturated and unsaturated fats. Altered by heat, especially the 10 essential unsaturated fats.

RM-4) Vitamins: All 100% available PM- Among the fat-soluble vitamins, some are classed as unstable and therefore a loss is caused by heating above blood temperature. This loss Vitamin A, D, E and F can run as high as 66%. Vitamin C loss usually exceeds 50%. Losses on water-soluble vitamins are affected by heat and can run from 38% to 80%.

RM-5) Carbohydrates: Easily utilized in metabolism. Still associated naturally with elements. PM-Tests indicate that heat has made some changes making elements less available metabolically.

RM-6) Minerals: All 100% metabolically available. Major mineral components are calcium, chlorine, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and sulphur. Vital trace minerals, all 24 or more, 100% available.  PM-Calcium is altered by heat and loss in metabolism may run 50% or more, depending on pasteurization temperature. Losses in other essential minerals, because one mineral usually acts synergistically with another element There is a loss of enzymes that serve as leaders in assimilation minerals.