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Breast feeding is the best and most nutritious diet for infants. Breast milk builds a strong immune system that makes a child strong enough to resist different health diseases like polio, whooping cough etc. Most of the child deaths occurring today are due to the lack of proper breast feeding and these are the facts given by the World Health Organization. Breast milk is raw milk. Breast milk hasn’t been pasteurized. Raw cows milk is the breast milk provided to us by mother nature. Every mammal on Earth produces raw milk for the sustenance of their young offspring. Drinking raw milk is instinctual. Drinking raw milk is natural. Drinking pasteurized milk and eating pasteurized food is unnatural and life-threatening.

Although not many people know it, pasteurizing milk destroys essential nutrients in the milk. How?

Pasteurizing milk destroys beneficial bacteria along with the bad ones and destroys enzymes essential for nutrient absorption. Pasteurizing milk destroys all its phosphatase; this is essential for the absorption of calcium, and calcium works with Vitamin D, not only available through sunshine but is an essential nutrient in raw cream. Nature packaged a superb design for human sustenance in milk as it comes from the cow with all original essential nutrients — so long as it is not pasteurized. Heating any raw food destroys the active enzymes, so lipase (an enzyme unique to milk and needed to complete digestion of fats) is blasted along with many other essential nutrients that pasteurization destroys. The sale of raw milk (milk that hasn’t been pasteurized) is actually outlawed in some states. Does it make sense to ban the sale of RAW MILK but other products known to cause death are still legal? Cigarettes and alcohol have killed millions yet the sale of cigarettes and alcohol has not been banned. A handful of people became mildly sick from drinking milk that wasn’t properly handled by a milk processing plant and as a result all raw milk sale is now banned.

Pasteurized milk is like synthetic vitamins - has no nutritional value. So why drink it at all? A synthetic form of Vitamin D is added to pasteurized milk to try and give it a nutritional value. They added 40 IU of synthetic vitamin D to the dead milk. The recommended daily vitamin D intake levels set for adults age 50 and over is 400 IU. That would mean, in order to get the recommended amount of vitamin D an adult would have to consume 10 glasses of pasteurized milk each and every day. That many glasses would cause a very severe case of the runs (diarrhea) - each and every day. Wait just a minute. That was the reason why the FDA forced all milk producers to pasteurize their milk in the first place or be banned from selling their milk. They stated that the E. coli - short for Escherichia coli - a bacteria (germ) in raw milk caused severe cramps and diarrhea and to prevent this they ordered all raw milk to be pasteurized.

When cows are stored in sick environments, they become sick and produce sick milk requiring pasteurization so it won’t kill you. Modern factory farming reduces dairy cattle to barely living milk-producing sacs. They are pain-wracked, live in fear, are starved for relationships with their fellows, pumped full of antibiotics and other system-changing drugs. Obviously, they can produce only sick milk.

Because milk from factory-raised sick cows is sick, it’s pasteurized so it won’t kill you—at least, not quickly. It will, though, kill you slowly - from malnutrition and disease and illnesses caused by malnutrition.

Natural raw milk is a living food. It contains enzymes, which help convert it to other healthy foods, like cheese. Instead of going rancid like pasteurized milk, raw milk sours, providing us with a huge range of delicacies, like French cheeses, Dutch cheeses, British cheeses, Wisconsin cheeses, yogurt, and kefir.

Yes, raw milk is full of bacteria. But it is full good bacteria, bacteria that is essential for nutrient absorption. Think about, what is it about yogurt that’s so good for you? It’s probiotics, which is a cute word meaning good bacteria. Did you know that pasteurized milk also contains loads of bacteria? The difference is that it’s all dead, so none of the good bacteria is there for you. What you’re eating in pasteurized milk and yogurt made from pasteurized milk are millions of bodies of dead bacteria, both good and bad. Pasteurization doesn’t filter or get rid of bacteria it kills it. Pasteurization doesn’t filter out the dead bacteria either. So the next time you drink a glass of pasteurized milk think about what you are eating - a glass full of dead matter. You might as well as gather up all of the dead bugs and flies that are in your home, put them in a glass and drink it. Bon Appetit.