Entries by Svetlana Simon

POLITICS of PASTEURIZATION

Lactoperoxidase is a potent enzyme and automatic antibacterial agent with a single-focus purpose to Seek & Destroy harmful bacteria. It is native to pasture raised raw cow’s milk, her saliva and her tears. In an identical beautiful way, it is also present in human breast milk, human saliva and human tears. Lactoperoxidase tag-teams with Leukocytes to eat […]

THE UK PASTEURIZATION PARTY of 1938

Published in Armchair Science – April 1938 London (A British Medical Journal) There is no substitute for clean, raw milk as a food, so far as children are concerned. Science has not yet succeeded in providing, in the pasteurized variety, those essential qualities that are the only real foundation for a healthy child. Unfortunately, many grossly […]

CHALLENGING POLITICALLY CORRECT NUTRITION & DIET DICTOCRATS

The following is an excerpt from Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats by Sally Fallon Morell Weston A. Price Foundation and Mary G. Enig, PhD. We have been taught that pasteurization is a good thing, a method of protecting ourselves against infectious diseases, but closer examination reveals that its merits have […]

HAMLET & BAMLET

In some countries, celebrities glamorize faux milk mustaches. In other countries, people study raw milk to treat disease. Hhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmmmm.

Raw Butter is PHAT, But Not Fattening!

“As for butter versus margarine, I trust cows more than chemists.” – Joan Dye Gussow We can’t say it any better than Ms. Gussow, matriarch of the eat-local food movement. In our Ode To Raw Butter, you might be surprised to learn of the medicinal benefits of pastured Raw Butter, and be encouraged to trust […]