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Microblog: Preparing for Consumption of Raw Milk and Organic UHT Milk

Microblog: Preparing for Consumption of Raw Milk and Organic UHT Milk

I’m a huge fan of raw milk as it has the proper nutrients to support the human body. And if you tell me it’s unsafe, my son has had goat’s milk for the last 5.5 years of his life. Over 2,000 days of raw milk and never once has he been sick from our farmer’s milk. Of course, find a trustworthy farmer—there are many.

⚠️Most of us consume pasteurized, UHT (ultra-pasteurized) dairy— the reason many of us cannot tolerate dairy.

🚨A bold statement but organic milk is NO better than conventional milk as any pasteurization destroys most enzymes, causes loss of vitamin content such as vitamin C, B12, B6, D, kills beneficial bacteria and promotes pathogens and allergies.

🧬Homogenization (conventional & organic) makes fat molecules in milk, smaller in size. Proteins and enzymes that would normally be digested in the stomach bypass digestion and get easily absorbed into the bloodstream. Hello, autoimmune, histamines, allergies, excess mucus and inflammation.

❓Notice pasteurized, organic milk lasts much longer than conventional milk?

⁉️Or that kid’s organic milk boxes sit outside on market shelves but the half-gallons are refrigerated? (refrigerated purely for perception)

🚫Organic milk lasts long due to a process called ultrahigh temperature (UHT). Standard pasteurization doesn’t kill all bacteria in milk, just enough that you don’t get sick. UHT kills everything (taste, color, nutrients, enzymes) and can sit on shelves for 6 months.

❗️We can barely keep frozen breastmilk for 6 months.

🧀Not everyone has access to raw dairy. Raw butter is hard to find. But raw cheese is a bit easier with aged, raw cheese being legal in most states. If you choose milk, choose raw milk as it can heal a sick body. Support your local farmer.

🥛But organic UHT milk has high allergic responses and further exacerbates illness—especially in the gut.

💡If you can’t get raw, limit your milk consumption. (Pasteurized) grassfed butter may still be an option. But in the case of milk, any UHT (organic) should be limited. And no, A2 won’t make a big difference. (Sorry).

❓Intolerant to lactose and casein? Might be the processed milk.

🐄Real milk can be found at realmilk.com





Nutrition with Judy

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