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Milk in Diet Decreases Asthma Risk

Yes indeed, milk can actually be good for you. However, it is probably wise to avoid pasteurized milk for the multiple reasons I discuss in a recent article.

This article does not make the distinction between pasteurized and non-pasteurized dairy. However, there are clearly many benefits one can receive from consuming high-quality, non-damaged dairy products. Raw or "real" milk can be further improved if the cows are exclusively grass-fed thus increasing their content of beneficial omega-3 fats and CLA.

I am convinced that if most kids were fed real milk from grass-fed cows and avoided sugars and grains after they finished breast feeding, tooth decay would virtually disappear.

The Sydney Morning Herald June 30, 2003