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Monday, October 26, 2015

What Does Nuclear and Raw Milk and Kimchee Have in Common?

Pretty much absolutely nothing.     Why are we talking about food at an anti-nuclear blog?    Well this really isn't an anti-nuclear blog, it's a health blog.

Our bodies are under attack from many directions, and obviously it shows in health statistics.    66% of all men will get cancer, compared to the 1800's and early 1900's in which about 6% got cancer.

GMO and GE food has not just the problem of it being GMO, but they are designed to have huge amount of pesticides and other herbicides sprayed on them.

Pesticides and Herbicides, in addition to industrial chemicals are hurting us.

The lack of beneficial bacteria in food, is hurting out "gut flora" and ability to digest and use food.

All of these on top of the attack by nuclear radiation and it's associated heavy metals, they all add up to what we are seeing.   We have widespread Bad Health served by an overpriced dysfunctional "Health Care" system which achieves, in the USA, not even mediocre results.

Somehow, whether misguided or something more nefarious, the powers that be seem to like to attack that which is the most beneficial

Health Benefits of Raw Milk

Today, raw milk refers to unprocessed, untreated milk straight from the cow. The milk you buy from the local supermarket nowadays is a different substance altogether. It has been pasteurized, ultra-pasteurized, or homogenized. This liquid is not really milk. It is a chemically altered substance, heated to remove pathogens and bacteria and to prolong its shelf life. The resultant low-enzyme activity makes it difficult to digest, the altered fat content renders the vitamins and minerals difficult to absorb, and the residual drugs and antibiotics pose a threat to human health. On top of this, the naturally occurring beneficial bacteria have been destroyed.

The real issue is not whether raw milk obtained from grass-fed cows is safe. Rather, it’s that milk from commercially raised cows is actually dangerous to consume unless it is pasteurized. Factory-farmed animals are routinely fed an unnatural, high-protein soy- and corn-based diet and given shots of BGH (bovine growth hormone) to artificially increase milk production. This diet is so contrary to their biology that it causes severe illnesses that can only be combated by continually injecting the cows with antibiotics. These animals, kept in inhumane conditions far from their natural environment, are subject to enormous stresses. Drinking raw milk from these cows would be an exercise in stupidity.

Raw milk from healthy, grass-fed, and pasture-raised cows is in a league of its own. Organically raised cows are happy, fed on their natural diet of grass and other cow-friendly foods. They enjoy access to sunshine and pasture grazing in summer, and in winter they feast on nutritious hay or silage.
Natural health advocates have long cautioned against drinking milk because of the increased risk of ear infections, asthma, and eczema associated with its consumption. This applies only to commercially produced milk, not raw milk from organic farms. Raw milk actually helps protect against allergic reactions (link is external) and boosts the immune system.

Raw milk is an incredibly complex whole food, complete with digestive enzymes and its own antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-parasitic mechanisms conveniently built into a neat package. It is chock-full of both fat and water-soluble vitamins, a wide range of minerals and trace elements, all eight essential amino acids, more than 60 enzymes, and CLA— an omega-6 fatty acid with impressive effects on everything from insulin resistance to cancer to cardiovascular disease. Raw milk is delicious medicine.

10 Reasons to Drink Your Milk Raw

Kids Who Drink Raw Milk Have Less Asthma and Allergies

Worry about stuff that matters AND that you can control.

The Paris Climate Conference is a farce, a deception to allow the real top powers that be, control over all the energy sources on the earth.

Oh, I almost forgot about Kimchee.     Korean Sauerkraut.     Lactofermented, and usually has hot peppers, garlic, and onion, pretty much all of the healthiest stuff in the world, all in one easy to eat forkfull.

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