REAL MILK 4 KIDS

  

 

 

Few people are aware that clean, raw milk from grass-fed cows was

actually used as a medicine from the time of Hippocrates to until

just after World War II and frequently cured some serious chronic

diseases.

 

Our bodies use amino acids as building blocks for protein, we need 20-22 of them for this task. Eight of them are considered essential, in that we have to get them from our food. Raw cow's milk has all 8 essential amino acids in varying amounts, depending on stage of lactation.

 

Raw milk, with its lactose-digesting Lactobacilli bacteria intact, may allow people who traditionally have avoided milk to give it another try. The immunoglobulins, an extremely complex class of milk proteins also known as antibodies, provide resistance to many viruses, bacteria and bacterial toxins and may help reduce the severity of asthma symptoms (18). Studies have shown significant loss of these important disease fighters when milk is heated to normal processing temperatures.

 

Approximately two thirds of the fat in milk is saturated. Good or bad for you? Saturated fats play a number of key roles in our bodies: from construction of cell membranes and key hormones to providing energy storage and padding for delicate organs, to serving as a vehicle for important fat-soluble vitamins (see below) (24).

 

All fats cause our stomach lining to secrete a hormone (cholecystokinin or CCK) which, aside from boosting production and secretion of digestive enzymes, let's us know we've eaten enough (25)(26). With that trigger removed, non-fat dairy products and other fat-free foods can potentially help contribute to over-eating. Children who drink raw milk are less likely to develop asthma and allergies than those who stick to the safer pasteurized version, according to a large European study.