Switch to Raw Milk

Raw Milk is Alive. Pasteurised Milk is Denatured.

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Unprocessed 'raw' milk contains natural, diverse, and complete nutrients. Raw milk is the first food of life, but the essential nutrients are altered by processing (pasteurization and homogenization).  Nutrients from raw milk are completely bio-available, unaltered, and keep our bodies healthy.

Nutrient & Immune Factors

Pasteurised 

Milk

Raw 

Milk

Vitamin A

Vitamin C

Vitamin E

Iron

Zinc

B-Complex

Calcium

Enzymes

Immunoglobulins

Whey Protein

35% Reduction

25-77% Reduction

14% Reduction

66% Reduction

70% Reduction

38% Reduction

21% Reduction

100% Destroyed

Damaged

Denatured

100% Active

100% Active

100% Active

100% Active

100% Active

100% Active

100% Active

100% Active

100% Active

100% Active

Adapted from Dr. Axe Food is Medicine

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Raw milk contains all of its natural enzymes, fatty acids, vitamins and minerals — making it what many refer to as a “complete food.”

Raw milk contains all of its natural enzymes, fatty acids, vitamins and minerals — making it what many refer to as a “complete food.”

Genetic mutation in cows many years ago created an aberrant A1 protein in some European cows, called A1 cows to set them aside from all other cows, which are called A2. As a result, the milk from these cows has been linked to a host of maladies, including Type 1 diabetes, autism and heart disease. 

Though all cows in India were naturally A2, rampant cross breeding of the indigenous breeds with the European breeds has put our health at risk.