Daily Archives: November 7, 2012

New science on buttermilk’s benefits

From David E. Gumpert on The Complete Patient blog:

“The International Milk Genomics Consortium (IMGC) continues to challenge the conventional wisdom about milk. After deleting one of its articles from the October issue about the potential benefits of raw milk, it now has an intriguing article in its November issue suggesting that buttermilk could be the antidote for both many common intestinal disorders, and to susceptibility to pathogens.

Its article summarizing research from around the world is about the growing importance of intestinal lipids from fat and carbohydrates, called “glycolipids,” in protecting against inflammatory diseases, and even pathogens. It seems timely coming in the midst of the intense discussion following my previous two posts about the terrible price paid by families of children who become ill from raw milk, especially since it is about scientific research as apart from all the emotion that has come with the debate here.  Continue reading

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It looks like a “NO” on California proposition 37 re GMO labeling

From Natural News.com

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(NaturalNews) Proposition 37 appears to have failed at the ballot box in California, according to the California Secretary of State ballot measures results. The GMO labeling ballot measure, which would have required food companies to label the GM content of foods, was defeated with the use of over $45 million in fraudulent advertising and dirty tricks funded by Monsanto, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Kellogg, General Mills, DuPont, Bayer and other food and pesticide companies. Continue reading

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