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    Quote Originally Posted by t8burst View Post
    Raw milk is dangerous. If you have a cow in your barn and control all aspects of getting the milk out of the cow and into your bowl of cheerios then sure, it is safe. However the mass production and distribution of raw milk is irresponsible and dangerous. As a libertarian I encourage people who believe raw milk is better for them to go for it before you have children, it will strengthen the gene pool.
    http://www.fda.gov/Food/ResourcesFor.../ucm079516.htm
    If you have a cow in your barn and control all aspects of getting the milk out of the cow and into your bowl of cheerios then sure, it is safe.
    That is why most people who seek raw milk obtain it from smaller, reputable suppliers outside the industrialised farms.

    However the mass production and distribution of raw milk is irresponsible and dangerous.
    Who is advocating for such?

    Yes, hygiene is important, as is a healthy immune system. If you choose to believe that hoopla presented on that FDA link then go for it. But why bother with consuming commercial milk when it has had the 'harmful bacteria' killed off ? ( pasteurisation kills all bacteria below the temperature threshhold). AND then it is promoted as a 'beneficial health food'. ????
    You may as well use whitener (and that is a whole other discussion) or learn to go without.

    Contrary to the frighteners that are given us at every opportunity, not all bacteria is bad. Besides, all things being equal, if your immune system is operating anywhere near balanced, the body can deal with most things, and does.
    IMO the processed milk product is a waste of money and is a conditioned want.
    All the legislation enacted will not protect you. Murders, robberies, crime of all sorts still happen despite such, as does contamination of food.
    Have you found a mouse tail or more in your mince pie or hamburger pattie lately.
    Maybe yes, maybe no but be assured, these contaminants are there at times as an obvious addition or well ground and mixed and you have likeley survived it without effect too. Or not, if only after a period of enforced fasting and/or auto colonic cleanse




    Last edited by slow_runner; 12-27-2016 at 04:29 AM.

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