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Livestock Nutritionist Defends Raw Milk Safety

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  • Raw milk from healthy, organically raised, grass-fed, or pastured cows is an excellent health food, with an exceptional safety record
  • Grass-fed organic milk tends to be yellowish, not pure white, courtesy of the carotenoids found in the grass. Raw grass-fed milk is also high in probiotics, omega-3 fat, and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA)
  • Other healthy options include goat, sheep, donkey, and camel milk. Both sheep and goat milk are closer to human milk than cow’s milk. Goat milk is almost identical to human breast milk

By Dr. Mercola

Is it safe to drink raw (unpasteurized) milk? The short answer is a resounding yes — provided it comes from healthy, organically raised, grass-fed, or pastured cows, that is.


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