The problem of milk treatment can be added to the type of milk and contamination by pesticides, antibiotics, vaccines, bisphenols, microplastics, etc. Raw milk with Beta-casein A2 instead of A1 from animals created with grass from cows, sheep, goats, such as Guernsey Dexter, Jerseys and others, its protein is more digestible and there is always the option of making yogurt with more bioavailable nutrients and probiotics.

Milk from animals raised with unnatural feed contaminated with glyphosate, the synergy of gluten and casein with glyphosate causes intolerances and autoimmune reactions. Stephanie Seneff believes that gluten, peanut, soy and casein intolerance is related to glyphosate, she says the evidence is overwhelming.



The natural diet of a cow is free-range and mainly grass-based. When a cow eats grains in a CAFO instead of grass, which is the food for which they were designed, three adverse events occur, as Dr. Mercola reported: The cow becomes acidotic, as a result of using the glucose in the grains. , which may contain mycotoxins, which generates a very high protonation process, which harms the cow's kidneys. As a result, the cow can only provide milk for 1.7 lactations, which is 44 months, after which months they are slaughtered.

Raw milk yogurt is also very thick and creamy compared to pasteurized commercial varieties. Raw milk's healthy bacteria and high white blood cell count help reduce the risk of getting food poisoning. In addition, it is full of enzymes, more omega 3, conjugated linoic acid and vitamins from natural nutrition. The microorganisms found in raw milk cheese effectively limit the growth of potentially harmful organisms.


Under these unfavorable conditions of rearing, treatment and contamination of milk, it is not surprising that two recent prospective cohort studies in California and Sweden identified cow's milk consumption as a nutritional risk factor for breast cancer (ER + BCa ) in North American and European populations.

Most published meta-analyses ignore milk processing, especially the thermal effects of pasteurization versus UHT, and therefore do not provide information on the presence or absence of oncogenic MEX miRs. Genetic variations in domestic cows, such as bovine IGF1 gene SNPs, mastitis prevalence, feeding procedures (grass vs. corn), and environmental contaminations (aflatoxins, bisphenol A, pesticides, BMMF, MPs, nanoplastics) may have synergistic impacts on the oncogenic signaling capacity of milk.

In summary, available data from recent prospective cohort studies as well as pathobiochemical insights into the synergies between milk and estrogen receptor α-positive BCa risk signaling pathways in close analogy with the impact of milk in the pathogenesis of prostate cancer. , the most common cancer in men.

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13668-023-00457-0 (2023).----

Here are some links to help those who find raw milk sources in different states:

www.realrawmilkfacts.com/raw-milk-regulations .----

www.farmtoconsumer.org/raw-milk-nation-interactive-map .---

www.realmilk.com/real-milk-finder .---

http://www.a2a2milk.com/ .---

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