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The Milk of Human Kindness ... Is Not Pasteurized.

I have a wonderful book called The Milk of Human Kindness...Is Not Pasteurized by William Campbell Douglass, M.D. It is an excellent book on the benefits of raw milk.

Dr. Douglass states that pasteurization destroys the bacteria in milk but it also destroys the enzymes necessary to absorb the calcium in the milk.

When I'm not milking Clair (my Dexter cow) my finger nails always break off no matter how careful I am. When she is giving us milk I am constantly filing them down. My hair grows faster, too.

My feet and hands got cold in the winter. I know many people have this discomfort. My fingertips would swell from the inside, split open and bleed; excruciating!!

A dermatologist didn't even help me, which takes us back to my Clair. When we started drinking her wonderful milk I noticed my hands healing up, but not completely. Dr. Douglass took away the fear of fat so I added lard to our diet, and who would have guessed? No more problems!

I can go out to the barn in 20 degree weather and forget to take my gloves -- no problem. When my chores are done I go back to the house and warm right up. If I would have done that before I would have been in total agony.

I lent the book to a friend of mine who works in cardiology at a hospital; she changed her diet, too! This book is easy to understand. Dr. Douglass gives reference to every article mentioned and he makes so much sense! Published by -- Tri-State Press Corp., P.O. Box 1866, Clayton, GA 30525
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Author:Schilb, Nancy
Publication:Countryside & Small Stock Journal
Article Type:Book Review
Date:May 1, 1993
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