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New book by Dr. Chiv Chopra on the corruption within Health Canada.  Many of us have listened to Dr. Chopra speak and many are seeing that what he has been saying has the ring of truth to it.  See more here:

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We are posting here an abstract of a paper written in 2013 by Dr. Ton Baars.   The full version of this abstract can be purchased and is well worth reading.

Presentation by Gaia Scavia, Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Department of Public Health and Food Safety, Rome – EU-Reference Laboratory for E.coli (presented at the IAFP’s European Symposium on Food Safety, Marseille, May 15, 2013) If Raw Milk Was Good For Romulus and Remus, Why Shouldn’t We Drink It?

  • “Rebuttal to the FDA Article: ‘Raw Milk Misconceptions and the Danger of Raw Milk Consumption’” by the Weston A. Price Foundation, March, 2012  (view PDF file).
  • Amish kids are less likely to suffer from allergies and asthma with one factor being raw milk consumption.  Read these two articles for more information:
  1. Mark Holbreich, et al. “Amish children living in Northern Indiana have a very low prevalence of allergic sensitization” (PDF)  Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (19 April 2012)
  2. Georg Loss, et al. The protective effect of farm milk consumption on childhood asthma and atopy: The GABRIELA study” (PDF) American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (16 July 2011.)

“Approximately 100 years ago, pasteurization was introduced as a way to combat tuberculosis, infant diarrhea and other diseases caused by poor animal nutrition and dirty production methods. However, today, thanks to advancements in science and technology, refrigerated trucks, stainless steel tanks, milking machines and inspection methods make it possible to produce local, safe, clean raw milk.” – Pam Killeen

Raw Milk Standards and Best Practices

Here is a link to the Standards and Practices for RAWMI in the USA.  Excellent!

“We believe all food can be produced safely, including raw milk,” says Wightman. “These materials are the starting point for a collaborative effort to develop ‘best practices’ to guide dairy farms working to meet the rising demand for raw milk whether the legal framework is loose (as with voluntary farm-to-consumer standards for cow shares) or more formal (as with larger scale retail sales).” The information and educational material can be used by any size herd and cross over to all types of milking animals and are complimentary to any state raw milk program” – Farm to Consumer Foundation

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