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Studies show kids who drink raw milk have a higher resistance to allergens

From Sarah at the Healthy Home Economist:

Raw milk child – photo via The Healthy Home Economist.

“The Hygiene Hypothesis states that when children lack early exposure to infectious agents, parasites, and symbiotic microorganisms like normal gut flora such as would naturally occur in a rural or farm environment, they are much more likely to suffer from autoimmune disorders such as allergies or asthma. Continue reading


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Lunchbox police strike again as child suspended from school over Kombucha

From the Healthy Home Economist:

Is this what they thought they saw? Photo via Healthy Home Economist. Click image to go there.

“First, there was the story of a preschooler at West Hoke Elementary School in North Carolina who was given a highly processed, cafeteria lunch containing pink slime chicken nuggets on January 30, 2012 because the school decided that the turkey and cheese sandwich, banana, potato chips, and apple juice her mother packed was not nutritious enough. Continue reading

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Does raw milk help with Lyme disease?

From the Healthy Home Economist blog:

“This amazing story was sent to me by Melanie, a Mom who has been drinking nothing but raw, pastured milk for over 100 days to heal her Lyme Disease. Nothing else has worked for her over the past 4 years.

Her healing journey is based on the use of raw, pastured milk for reversal of serious illness as practiced in the early 1900′s by the Mayo Foundation, a forerunner of the famed Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota.

If this story is of interest to you, read more about The Milk Cure 2012.

Here is Melanie’s story …. Continue reading


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