The discussion first focuses on to the how pasteurized milk came to become commonplace in the markets and how raw milk is the ultimate super food. Raw Milk can help with behavior problems, asthma, allergies, constipation, digestive problems, and help people with immune system problems (like cancer). Paul's brother had an allergy problem until he started drinking the raw milk from his goats. Paul and Sally also talk about how important fat is your diet and the butter fat in full fat milk may give you the fat that you need.
Sally tells us about dentist turned food advocate Weston A. Price who studied healthy, isolated people across the world and what was it in their diets that made them so healthy.
Although there have only been a couple of deaths from raw milk that Sally can think of raw milk farmers are demonized more than other small farmers are. They discuss enormous PR campaigns and scare tactics that they use to make people scared of raw milk.
Paul and Sally move on to discuss fermented foods, washing dishes and green cleaners.
You may want to check out the Raw Milk Symposium, Which is April 5 and 6 in Vancouver, BC Canada.
Credit: Summary prepared by Cassie Rauk
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