PusTache!! “Got Pus?”

News flash! Milk doesn’t do a body good. Well at least in the pasteurized form. Along with the beef industry, the dairy industry LIES to the consumer and falsely advertises its products. The truth of the matter is that pasteurized milk is not healthy and it is hard to digest and very allergenic. The pasteurization process kills all the beneficial enzymes rendering the milk useless while reeking havoc in the form of lactose intolerance, digestive disorders, sinus congestion and acne just to name a few. Essentially your drinking puss cells with sugar. A nasty combo that surely will not ” Do your Body Good”. On the other hand the “raw” form of milk is a much healthier choice. The organic “raw” milk is not heated so all the enzymes are in tact and the animals are raised in a healthy environment on foods they eat in nature. Why the health regulators are not shutting these unsanitary  milk cartel operations down is obviously a financial decision as is most things in our greedy corporate world. They do manage time to mess with the little guy trying to do the humane thing and sell natural products as witnessed in the raids of Rawesome Foods and Healthy Family Farms in Santa Paula, California.  For more info. about this injustice read the full article at http://www.infowars.com/raw-food-raid-armed-agents-bust-raw-milk-cheese-sellers/

And even better yet, just skip the milk altogether and  have some broccoli juice which contains far more calcium than milk and it does do the body good. Below is a video : The latest “Food Investigations” video from Mike Adams, executive director of the non-profit Consumer Wellness Center. Warning: It’s graphic.

“Heal Yourself, Heal the Planet”

Jared Repass~ My Body Reboot

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