Learn about the Demise of Raw Milk.
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I tried to mess with my milkman. I am so irritated right now. I just got a message from a friend on MySpace. And he sent me through this link from the San Francisco Chronicle about how our state legislature has passed the law to get rid of our raw milk. Why because it happens to contain coliform, bacteria which most strains don't cause any illnesses at all. Raw milk, that's raw milk for you. Raw milk hasn't caused any illnesses or disease in modern history. If you look at all the outbreaks of Salmonella and what not caused by milk or due to pasteurized milk. You know what I am saying? It's not hurting anybody you all. Why are you trying to take away my raw milk. It's ridiculous. Now I feel fortunate because of the fact I live in California and I will just go to the whole foods and get some raw milk. I mean you can't get this everywhere. But soon I won't be able to get my raw milk and I am irritated right now. Now thing is that the pasteurized milk these days. Now what does that mean? Pasteurization, you heat it up to three different temperatures and milk is not considered pasteurized until you killed all the enzymes in it. Now what is the enzyme? Enzyme is like a protein that serves a particular purpose. It causes some type of biochemical reaction in your body for example. Check this out .I am lactose intolerant. I cannot deal with lactose at all. Saying it makes for a really bad day if I do have some lactose. But the thing is is that the lactase enzyme that help me break down lactose is then the raw milk. You know what I am saying, because it's not pasteurized it didn't kill the enzyme, so I can use that and I have no problems with the raw milk. They tell us that we get calcium, all this calcium from milk. That's BS to the fullest. Because since they killed all the enzymes they killed the phosphatase that helps you to absorb and utilize that calcium. So all the whole milk does a body good, it's garbage. On top of that raw milk comes from grass-fed cows. Milk that you probably drink comes from like grain-fed like feedlot cows, very unhealthy cows. They are very likely given antibiotics and growth hormones, alright. It's ridiculous, they have to give cows recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone in order to extend the time that they produce milk. Now what kind of damage does that do to the cow's body, alright. Talk about in human, that's ridiculous shooting of cows with Bovine Growth Hormone and on top of that studies have shown that Bovine Growth Hormone can cause cancers. Alright, if you want any information on that go to my MySpace page, myspace.com/fooddude tv and I posted a video called The Secret in Your Milk. Check that out, it will shoot you out. So they kill all the enzymes, and then on top of that they kill all the protection because there is bacteria in the milk. Yeah, there is some bad bacteria but there is also lot of good bacteria. There is a lot of lactic acid producing bacteria in the milk that protects the milk for particular pathogens. You know what I am saying? Like I can put like the E coli. Just put some E coli in here, let it sit for a minute, and then if I tested it I won't be able to find that E coli anymore because those lactic acid producing bacteria have broken it down and killed it. Do you understand what I am saying? And so the raw milk is extremely productive. I've got a quote from one of the original doctors at the Mayo Clinic saying that raw milk cures diseases. You know what I am saying? It's probably illegal for me to say that, that's something besides the medicine cures diseases. But raw milk according to this guy at the Mayo Clinic that raw milk cures diseases. You know what I am saying? But I can't hop my raw milk anymore because of the fact that congress that does all that, the state senate whomever who doesn't know anything about nutrition, that wasn't good for me. That's ridiculous, that's garbage, something has to be done about that. It's just stupid. What else about your pasteurized milk? Pa
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