This is one of a series that Darcy is working on for CTV, prompted no doubt by the recent government crackdown on Chilliwack’s “Home on the Range” cowshare. Here’s an excerpt from her story, titled “Raw milk, magic elixir or health hazard“:
“Diagnosed with tuberculosis of the bowel in 1920, Winifred Dye Britton was prescribed a strict diet of raw milk and eggs and plenty of fresh air by her Oregon doctor. It worked.
Kimberly Hartke said her great grandmother would have died without the health benefits of the Milk Diet, a popular treatment reputed to cure everything from arthritis, infertility, indigestion to ulcers and congestive heart failure. Continue reading