By Michael Schmidt, special to The Bovine:
Profits paving the way to a bright future in rural Ontario? Photo by Michael Schmidt.
Health Canada, CFIA and the local health departments across Canada are on the loose to chase the wrong goose.
First of all please read the following excerpt based on official data from the US.
Since Government is relying a lot on the research data from the US, I will assume that I can do the same thing. Continue reading
We hear constant chatter from the regulatory types about the dangers of raw milk and the health hazards of consuming it. But they seem to be strangely uninterested in examining the health risks of consuming conventionally produced and processed milk products, not to mention many other processed foods. The L.A. Times article excerpted below gives a rare glimpse into one of the health hazards of conventional dairy products that we’re mostly not hearing much about. This article is from twelve years ago. One wonders whether any further research has been done since then to follow up on these significant findings. From Thomas H. Maugh II, in the L. A. Times, via Crohns.org:
“If, as some scientists are now convinced, Crohn’s disease is caused by a microorganism, the question becomes: How is it transmitted? The shocking answer, they say, is through that most sacrosanct of beverages–milk. The microorganism under suspicion, Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis, or MAP, is common in U.S. dairy herds, activists argue, and it is not killed by conventional pasteurization. Continue reading