Southhampton, N.J. (PRWEB) January 05, 2012
Raw milk has nourished humans and animals since the beginning of time. With this known fact, author Judith Mudrak has written a new book titled Milch ist nicht gleich Milch (All Milk is not Equal) to serve as a guide in choosing the best healthy milk for the family.
This book tackles the history of raw milk and the newly discovered wide range of dangerous and disease-causing substances in unnaturally produced conventional milk, along with its cumulative negative effects on the public. From low-fat milk that raises the risk of heart disease and obesity, to heated milk containing pus and the exploded bodies of the dead bacteria, to the oxidation that occurs when fats in milk are homogenized forming free radicals, to lactose intolerance, asthma and allergies and of course the vital importance of untreated mothers milk. It also delves into animal confinement that causes the loss of vital nutrients, milk from cows that are treated with the cancer-causing genetically modified hormone rBST, the politics, the farmer and much more.
Readers and the general public alike will find this book beneficial in their search for the healthiest milk for the family. It is good advice to have a personal relationship with the farmer and speak with him about the desire to have true, wholesome, unprocessed milk. After all, it’s about time that farmers are rewarded for doing what generations of traditional wisdom and insight of modern scientific discovery enable them to do best, which is to produce the world’s safest, most abundant and most valuable food - milk.
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Milch ist nicht gleich Milch* byJudith Mudrak
Bisher verschwiegene revolutionäre Tatsachen zur
Rohmilch-Wissenschaft und Gesundheit!
Publication Date: December 23, 2011
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 434 pages; 978-1-4628-9799-5
Trade Hardback; $34.99; 434 pages; 978-1-4628-9800-8
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