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Lost Arts Radio Show #57 - Special Guest Ken Rohla

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Our regular listeners will remember Ken Rohla's wealth of information (www.freshandalive.com) that he has shared parts of with us before. Ken is a natural health educator and inventor. He is one of the very few raw food teachers that have been able to explore the use of organic fresh, raw milk after living as a raw vegan for years. Most find this step psychologically impossible because of their strong identification as "vegans" and the typically cited studies that show how bad it is for your health to drink milk.

But those studies are referring to the type of chemically treated, cooked (pasteurized) "milk" from abused animals that one finds in grocery stores everywhere. This substance sold as milk has nothing to do with real milk, which is produced organically, in clean conditions and no chemicals (even the organically acceptable ones like hydrogen peroxide) and no abuse of the animals or their babies. There is a reason the producers of this type of real milk are attacked by government with SWAT teams and machine guns, it is no accident. Their bosses at the top level of the power structure realize this is one of the premier super foods on the planet, or they would not waste their time trying to eradicate it. If it was a deadly drug, they would support it.

So Ken's experiences are interesting in this light, but also because of how he has combined his health knowledge and his engineering skill to come up with technologies designed to enhance our health. This is just the opposite of the mainstream track record of producing technologies from cell phones to nuclear power to smart meters, designed specifically for their ability to harm or destroy life.

I think you'll find Ken's very different approach refreshing, educational, and inspiring for you to continue your own self-education in all areas of your life.

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