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“Children who drink raw milk are at a significant lower risk of developing asthma and allergies than those consuming safer pasteurized version.
Researchers from Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute in Basel interviewed a group of European parents about their children’s milk consumption while collecting 800 milk samples from the participants’ households, Reuters reported. Continue reading
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By David Augenstein – http://journal.livingfood.us
Reuters and other media outlets reported September 13about a large European raw milk study published at the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, online August 29, 2011, showing kids who drink raw milk are 41% less likely to suffer from asthma and allergies. The study included 8334 school-aged children, and 7606 of them provided serum samples to assess specific immunoglobulin E (IgE) levels. Over 800 cow’s milk samples were collected at the participants’ homes. Reuter’s article stated: Continue reading
First, from the Reuters story:
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(Reuters Health) – Children who drink raw milk are less likely to develop asthma and allergies than those who stick to the safer pasteurized version, according to a large European study.
Although the study isn’t ironclad proof that the effects can be chalked up to raw milk itself, researchers believe certain milk proteins that are destroyed by heat could be helpful to children’s developing immune systems.
They warn, however, that parents shouldn’t start giving their kids raw milk. Continue reading