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Food For Thought :: Raw Organic Milk - Does A Body Good Or Bad?? Where Do You Stand On The Issue? by S+E Patient Expert Posted Sat 22 Jan 2011 2:21pm I don't make it to our Farmer's Market as often as I would like, but while my husband's family was in town for the holidays we made the 45-minute trek to experience it again. I was walking with my sister-in-law down the center of all of the food vendors and farmers selling their wares (freezing my hindquarters off), when I spotted a ... Read on »
Organic Milk Linked to Fewer Allergies Including Eczema and Asthma by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 10:07pm Organic milk may cost more, but it may also pay off in the end. A recent Dutch study suggests that children are one third less likely to suffer from allergies before age two if they’re raised on organic dairy products. In the study, children and breastfeeding moms ate organic milk, cheese and yogurt. The study author said the con ... Read on »
Organic milk less healthy than regular milk by russelleaton Posted Mon 18 Feb 2008 9:22am It is generally accepted that organic food is, at the very least, not worse than nonorganic food. But when it comes to dairy milk it’s another matter. A new book reveals dramatic evidence showing that organic milk is significantly unhealthier than regular pasteurized milk. This may come as a shock to many people and families who pay extra mone ... Read on »
Is Organic Milk Better Than Regular Milk? by Shane S. Facebook Posted Wed 05 Feb 2014 12:00am By Christina Sidberry In today's greener, more nutritionally conscious world, organic milk is often lauded as the healthier alternative to conventional milk. While the typical shopper might consider either to be eqaully as good for the body, there are a few notable differences between the two. What Defines an Organic ... Read on »
The USDA: Misleading Consumers About Organic Milk--SIGN THIS PETITION!!!! by Marie L. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 9:10pm Milk from stressed cows confined in dank, dark smelly quarters = organic??? So-called "organic" producers conforming to the letter but not the spirit of the law definitely gets the b**tch up in Fertilitybitch, who believes that inherent mutual respect of the soil, animals, etc. is an integral requirement for a food item to be truly organic. ... Read on »
10 Things You Should Know about Organic Farming by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 05 Apr 2010 4:10pm USDA certified organic foods are grown in only .08 percent of the world’s total farmland. While this percentage is incredibly small, for regions in the United States, organic farming is on the rise. The more educated society become about the benefits of organic farming, the more eco-conscience and health conscious people will be. Here’s what ... Read on »
Organic Milk by Sondra .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:02pm I'm trying to stay healthy and keep my son interested in fruits and vegetables. He has no idea that he's eating right although occasionally he'll ask for "junk food" and never really puts up a fuss when I say, "No." For a while we were both drinking soy milk and then I realized that it might not be the best choice for a growing li ... Read on »
Which Is More Nutritious- Organic Milk or Conventional Milk by Swarnam J. Posted Sun 07 Jul 2013 8:48am Milk in various forms promotes our health. But a new research says organic milk has lower concentrations of zinc, iodine and selenium than conventional milk. And now we have to decide which is more nutritious. But before you make any quick decision it would be better if you take a minute or two to read the whole post. ... Read on »
Organic milk is not healthier by russelleaton Posted Fri 22 Sep 2006 12:00am Organic milk is not healthier, says food watchdog. The Food Standards Agency says organic milk does not offer any extra health benefits to conventional milk. Food watchdogs have rejected claims that expensive organic milk is any healthier than its conventional equivalent. A succession of studies in Britain and around the world has found ... Read on »
Choose Raw Milk or Organic Milk to Avoid This Harmful Monsanto Creation. Don't ask yourself, "Who is Monsanto?" Ask Why rBGH is by Shane S. Facebook Posted Fri 14 Oct 2011 12:00am Choose Raw Milk or Organic Milk to Avoid This Harmful Monsanto Creation. Don't ask yourself, "Who is Monsanto?"  Ask Why rBGH is Allowed in the US but isn't Allowed in Europe or Canada Yesterday I received the following Tweet from one of my favorite green guys, The Certified Health Nut - Troy Casey ... I really like Troy, and I h ... Read on »