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Ethan A. Huff Natural News November 17, 2011 The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) refuses to acknowledge that, based on all available statistics, raw milk produced on clean, small-scale farms is actually far safer than pasteurized milk from factory farms. But the agency did admit earlier this year, after being pressed and warned of a potential Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request if it failed to comply, that not a single person has died from raw milk consumption in over a decade.
(NaturalNews) The truth has once again shaken the foundation of the 'American Tower of Babel' that is mainstream science, with a new study out of Harvard University showing that pasteurized milk product from factory farms is linked to causing hormone-dependent cancers. It turns out that the concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFO) model of raising cows on factory farms churns out milk with dangerously high levels of estrone sulfate, an estrogen compound linked to testicular, prostate, and breast cancers. Dr.
Pasteurized milk 150 times more contaminated with blood, pus and feces than fresh milk - videos the CDC won't show you(NaturalNews) The vaccine-pushing, disease scare-mongering agency known as the CDC has put out a stunning piece of propaganda attacking fresh milk (raw dairy), claiming it is "150 times more dangerous" than pasteurized milk. This is all part of their anti-American agenda to crush food freedom and criminalize fundamental farming practices upon which this very nation was founded. (Yes, George Washington and the founding fathers drank raw milk, grew hemp and even smoked a little weed as medicine.) But what the CDC won't dare reveal to the public is the far more horrifying truth: Pasteurized dairy is produced in the dirtiest milk factories imaginable , where blood, pus, e.coli and other truly dangerous pathogens are routinely bottled into milk containers and fed to consumers. That's the whole point of pasteurization, you see: To kill everything that might be alive in their ultra-dirty milk.
There was a time, not too long ago, when one’s milk options were relegated to different varieties of cow’s milk (i.e.: full-fat, reduced-fat, skim, lactose-free). Times have changed. Soy was the first plant milk to “go mainstream” in the mid 1990s, and now multiple varieties are on supermarket shelves, including almond, coconut, hazelnut, hemp, oat, rice, and sunflower seed.
Whole milk just got expelled from school . White bread is up for suspension. On Wednesday, the healthy school lunch movement earned a $3.2 billion dollar raise, and with it a new set of mandates for cafeterias nationwide. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced a federally funded, five-year plan to improve cafeteria food and reduce childhood obesity . Take a look at school lunches around the world.
Joke : How do you dramatically increase sales of a new or unpopular food product to the American public? Answer : Call it a health food! This joke, while funny, is also very sad as it illustrates with humor what common sense, logic, observation, and facts cannot for the vast majority of Westerners.
It is time to end the low-fat myth, Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) nutrition experts told food industry leaders at the seventh annual World of Healthy Flavors Conference held in Napa, CA, from January 19 to 21, 2011. The conference, co-hosted by the Culinary Institute of America and HSPH, brings together nutrition researchers with representatives from schools, supermarkets, and food industry goliaths such as Burger King, The Olive Garden, and Panera Bread to share strategies for offering Americans healthier menu options. HSPH nutrition department chair Walter Willett and associate professor of epidemiology Dariush Mozaffarian , along with Ron Krauss of Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute, presented on the “Focus on Fat” panel.
This study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine 1988 Sep 29;319(13):829-34 Study title and authors: Comparison of a high-carbohydrate diet with a high-monounsaturated-fat diet in patients with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Garg A , Bonanome A, Grundy SM, Zhang ZJ, Unger RH. Center for Human Nutrition, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas 75235-9052.
This study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association 1992 Oct 21;268(15):2037-44 Study title and authors: Dietary fat and fiber in relation to risk of breast cancer. An 8-year follow-up. Willett WC, Hunter DJ, Stampfer MJ, Colditz G, Manson JE, Spiegelman D, Rosner B, Hennekens CH, Speizer FE.
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By Dr. Mercola Hungry for Change is a 90-minute film from the creators of Food Matters , the documentary that expertly showed the basics of how food is your true medicine and the key to good health . Hungry for Change continues the story about how you can create vibrant health, abundant energy, and achieve your ideal body weight without dieting.
Excellent film. Watch it free through March 31, 2012. by Mar 26