(NaturalNews) The raw milk raids have been peaking, and so has internet media coverage of the FDA's food tyranny. Much of Health Ranger Mike Adam's intense days long coverage of the outrageous Rawsome Food Club raid has gone viral, bringing attention to the war on healthy dairy. Here's even more information proving raw milk's health benefits.
Raw Milk is a Super Food
Bacteria exist in abundance everywhere, including in our bodies. If friendly bacteria outnumber the pathogenic bacteria, there is minimal threat to health. Our immune systems actually depend on probiotics, or friendly bacteria, to keep pathogenic bacteria in check.
Most Natural News readers know that pasteurizing involves heating that kills friendly bacteria and nutrients, especially enzymes. Without enzymes, minerals and vitamins simply won't be absorbed into our cells. So vitamin and mineral content analyzed in labs and promoted by conventional milk providers is almost completely null and void for consumption. It's dead food. Dr. Max Gerson, whose daughter Charlotte still maintains the Gerson Institute, asserted decades ago that cancer is caused by eating dead food and absorbing toxins. The Gerson cancer treatment focuses on consuming live organic raw foods and fresh juices and on intensely detoxifying.
Conventional milk is both dead and toxic. Organic pasteurized milk is not as toxic, but probably almost as dead. Only raw grass fed milk is a truly beneficial health food.
One reason why it should come from grass fed cows is Lactococci , probiotic bacterium. According to University of Wisconsin Professor of Microbiology Kenneth Todar, Lactococci are associated with grass, which shows up in grass fed cows. Grass is the natural diet for milking cows, not GMO corn. The Lactococci actually kill pathogens. Yes, grass fed raw milk contains a pathogen killing microbe.
Other research has discovered another probiotic bacterium available in raw milk, Enterococcus durans, which inhibits the growth of Listeria monocytogenes. Listeria monocytogenes are a major cause of most food borne sickness.
Unsafe Foods That Cause the Most Sickness
Raw milk minor adverse reactions have averaged around 30 or so annually over the past 12 years. There have been no major raw milk adverse reactions during that time or before. But there have been some serious Salmonella outbreaks of pasteurized dairy over the past few decades. The worst was in the Midwest in 1985. Considered the worst Salmonella outbreak ever, over 16,000 people were contaminated.
The major food culprits creating adverse health effects are processed meats from tortured animals force fed grains in overcrowded spaces or CAFOs (Confined Agricultural Feed Operations). CAFOs crowd diseased animals in small unsanitary feces infested areas. These CAFOs are FDA and USDA sanctioned and protected. No matter how widespread an E. Coli or Salmonella outbreak is, the worst that happens to a CAFO is a recall of distributed products.
Factory farms are never harassed by SWAT teams. That only happens, without cause, to small raw milk dairy farms and private raw dairy enterprises. Why would government agencies do this while approving GMOs, dead factory farm food, unhealthy processed foods, dangerous food additives, and pharmaceuticals that kill well over 100,000 people annually?
The government agency revolving door swings constantly for soulless or clueless careerists who'll say and do anything for status and money. Mainstream media honors them as the chosen experts, but they're hired by those whose agenda may be more sinister.
FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg's psychiatrist parents have been heavily involved with different aspects of the organized Eugenics movement. This movement is a politically correct cover for depopulation. It's suspected that these family members share the same philosophy of culling the human herd slowly and profitably.
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