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Do you know someone with osteoporosis or osteopinea? Do you want to prevent osteoporosis in yourself or your family members? Do you have growing kids who need to build strong bones and teeth?
This is the information you have not heard about milk — and the science behind why pasteurized milk does not help you build strong bones. You have to drink it raw!
Humans have been drinking raw milk since about 6000-8000 BC. We’ve only been pasteurizing milk for less than 100 years. In other words, pasteurization is a newfangled modern food. We’re monkeying with Mother Nature, here, folks — taking a food that has nurtured mankind for centuries and turning it into something that not only does not support and strengthen human life.
This is an interview with Mark McAfee of Organic Pastures Dairy in California on Sean Croxton’s show, Underground Wellness.
Watch the video clip:
Now listen to the podcast:
Play the podcast by clicking here.
You don’t want to miss a word of this interview. This is fascinating, life-changing stuff.
If you don’t want to listen on your computer, just click the download button and transfer it to your iPod or mp3 player. You can also subscribe to Underground Wellness on iTunes. Just search for “Underground Wellness” and subscribe. I’ve got it hooked up on my iPhone — I can listen when I’m at the gym, on a walk or in the car. I also love to listen when I’m cooking or doing dishes.
Everyone in America needs this information. Please stumble this post, send to your friends, or share it on Twitter or Facebook (click the buttons below). We NEED to get the word out. So many people are suffering from osteoporosis and dental decay.
We need REAL raw milk to get the nutritional benefits from milk. Please help me spread the word about raw milk!
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