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When it comes to dairy, there are two very divided camps.
One camp says that dairy isn't for human consumption... PERIOD! They argue that no other animal on the planet continues to drink milk after being weaned and especially not from another species, so why should we? They say it is not healthy. There are even studies that show that in countries with high milk consumption there are also high instances of osteoporosis!
In the opposite camp you have the group that touts the amazing health benefits of organic, raw unpasteurized milk from grass fed cows. The pro-milk group speaks very highly of the myriad of living nutrients that are found in milk and traditionally prepared butter and cheeses.
Today we are going to take a look at what the real deal is with this hot controversial topic... Will you come out the other side with new dairy habits? It remains to be seen!
Dr. Budweiser, founder of Weiser Living, will be sharing with you:
The history of dairy
The pasteurization of the dairy industry
Why you should NOT eat dairy
pasteurization and processing
Why you SHOULD eat dairy
Raw Milk & Cultured Dairy
benefits of consuming dairy
Centenarians and dairy
... and much, much more!
So be sure to tune in to yet another eye opening 30 minutes with Dr. Budweiser!
Meanwhile, head over the www.weiserliving.com for more articles, recipes, products and other interesting things!
Goats are a great dairy animal for small acreage homesteads. Join Scott M Terry, Mark and Angel Cole, PJ Jonas and Mike Passarelli for a discussion on dairy goats. We will cover commonly asked questions such as fencing, feeding, milking and health. We will also take questions from the chat room during the show.
In this episode of Home Front, we talk with Joe Dixon, owner of Morningland Dairy. Their organic farm was raided by the Missouri Milk Board and about 15 tons of cheese was destroyed by the order of the Missouri Milk Board. This is an example of what can happen when innocent citizens try to be cooperative to a governmental bureaucracy determined to destroy a business.
We need to hear and learn from other's direct experience. Whether you like raw milk or not, it is up to us to confront when our governmental interventions become tyrannical. Listen and hear how unbridled political power can destroy a family business.
Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes the internationally recognized expert on nutrition and health, Dr. Pam Popper. Dr. Popper will share riveting and important information about dairy foods. Laura Theodore’s cookbooks are now available, including the new book: Jazzy Vegetarian Classics! Dr. Pam Popper is a naturopath, an internationally recognized expert on nutrition and health and she is the Founder and Executive Director of The Wellness Forum. Dr. Popper is the author of the popular and riveting new book Food Over Medicine. She is part of Dr. T. Colin Campbell’s teaching team at eCornell, teaching part of a certification course on plant-based nutrition. Dr. Popper appears in the feature film documentary, Forks Over Knives, about diet and health and she is one of the co-authors of the companion book to the film, which appeared on the New York Times bestseller list.
So with this one, I wanted to just touch on these extreme vegans, and then just go over some news stories... BUT!!!!... The extreme vegans took over the whole episode. We still had ourselves a dandy old time though.
These folks are pushing a narrative that the dairy industry is a rape industry.
Let's take a little peeky-do at their facebook page and see what they have to say.
I find these people to be religious in their extremism which gave me an excuse to use that adorable anti evolution monkey song at the beginning of the show and short clip from hanging out with one of my young friends at the end of the show.
Thanks for spending the next 30 minutes with me. Let's have some fun.
Should you or shouldn't you drink milk? Why do some think 2% milk is the best choice? Does it need to be organic or not? What about Lactose free, is that what you should buy for your family? Should your children drink fat-free milk and eat fat-free cheese? There used to be only plain yogurt in refrigerated section; now there are so many choices in the grocery store it's enough to make your head spin. Is it true that Greek Style is the best one to take home for your family? And then there is cottage cheese, creamed cheese, flavored cheese, goat and even sheep cheese. What is the truth about them? When and how should we serve and eat dairy for your health? Thanks heavens we have dairy expert, Kelly Shriver RDN, with us to debunk dairy myths so you can make good choices for your family and you. Co-host, Carolina Jantac, RD (Kid Kritics Approved) and Kelly are going to satiate your appetite with delicious healthy dairy truths and recipes!
Should you or shouldn’t you drink milk? Why do some think 2% milk is the best choice? Does it need to be organic or not? What about Lactose free, is that what you should buy for your family? Should your children drink fat-free milk and eat fat-free cheese? There used to be only plain yogurt in refrigerated section; now there are so many choices in the grocery store it’s enough to make your head spin. Is it true that Greek Style is the best one to take home for your family? And then there is cottage cheese, creamed cheese, flavored cheese, goat and even sheep cheese. What is the truth about them? When and how should we serve and eat dairy for your health? Thanks heavens we have dairy expert, Kelly Shriver RDN, with us to debunk dairy myths so you can make good choices for your family and you. Co-host, Carolina Jantac, RD (Kid Kritics Approved) and Kelly are going to satiate your appetite with delicious healthy dairy truths and recipes!
Music from the last century, that your great grandparents danced to will intersperse segments.
Today's featured live guest, bottom of the first hour, Tim Iwig leader of "the Last Dairy Standing" near Tecumsah, Kansas. The Iwig's have a very informative web site, click here.
From "about" Iwig Dairy: William and Mary Iwig moved to the farm at 3320 SE Tecumseh Rd in 1910.Here they raised seven children and, in the early years,William and Mary gardened, raised livestock, and had a small herd of dairy cows from which they sold milk to Crockers Dairy in Topeka.
In 1935, Dan Iwig and Ford Metzger bought and moved Sunkist Dairy to the Iwig farm. At that time there was neither electricity nor any running water. Milk was carried in cans, strained, and bottled raw. The farm got electricity for the first time in 1939, which quickly changed everything. ... "
Read more at Iwig Family Dairy.http://www.iloveiwig.com/index.html
We finish with Wes Jackson of Salina, Ks. "The Land Institute" talking about treating soil like dirt, courtesy Alec Smith's outstanding Radio Ecoshock.
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