Farmers know if you feed pasteurized milk to a
calf, it will die within 6 weeks due to malnutrition.
In one study, animals died within 5 weeks of respiratory complications
(mucus) when placed on a diet of pasteurized milk and orange
juice.1 When raw milk is pasteurized, it is corrupted at the
molecular level (like any food that's cooked) and loses most
of its nutrition. It also loses phosphatase, an enzyme important
for assimilating minerals, including calcium in the milk. Pasteurized
milk is inferior and lacks the enzymes, vitamins and minerals
required to maintain good health.
It is child-abuse to feed cows'
milk to our babies
It is abuse to feed pasteurized milk to
Cows' milk raises babies' deathrate. In
a study of over 20,000 babies, the rate of illness was compared
between completely breast-fed babies and bottle-fed babies. Pasteurized
milk-fed babies had a mortality rate 56 times greater than breast
milk-fed babies. The general rate of sickness was nearly double
for the pasteurized milk-fed babies.2
Cows' milk makes babies /children diabetic.
At a Finland university, Dr. S. Virtanen discovered that feeding
cows' milk to babies 3 months old and younger, often results
in complete insulin deficiency.3 Bovine milk-protein destroys
the insulin-producing beta cells of the pancreas and causes diabetes.
In children, milk is responsible for allergies,
colic, colitis, earaches, colds, sore throats, congestion, respiratory
illness and is linked to asthma.
Children who are fed cows' milk formulas
grow up into adults with a higher susceptibility to multiple
sclerosis than breast-fed children.
The BGH hormone in milk is linked to rapid,
unnatural growth in children.
The human baby develops its brain first
while the calf develops its bone structure first. Thus, human
milk is high in phosphorus and the amino acid taurine, both important
to brain development; while cows' milk is high in calcium for
bone structure, and deficient in phosphorus and taurine. Cows'
milk has 300% more casein than human milk. Casein furnishes a
number of amino acids for supplying the protein molecules to
build bone structure that will carry the calf's body weight.
A baby human develops twice its weight in 7 months whereas a
baby cow develops twice its weight in 7 weeks.