A Campaign for Real Milk BrochureJune 13, 2023
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Homemade Raw Milk Formula for Babies; and Raw Milk for Toddlers and Children
Find Out Why Doctors Recommend It, Parents Love It and Babies & Children Thrive on It!
Thinking About Commercial Formula? Think Again!
Problems associated with commercial formula include:
▼ More frequent spitting up
▼ Gas and stomach aches
▼ Problems sleeping
▼Milk allergies and lactose intolerance
▼ Weakened immune system
▼ More frequent colds, runny noses and ear infections
Instead, Make Homemade Raw Milk Formula
♥ Milk from the human breast is raw and like raw cow’s milk, contains active biological systems that naturally protect the milk itself—and the infant who drinks it— from infection.
♥ Both raw breast milk and raw cow’s milk contain vital living elements that cannot be commercially reproduced.
♥ Neither raw breast milk nor raw cow’s milk are likely to cause lactose intolerance or digestive problems.
♥ Both raw breast milk and raw cow’s milk increase immunity to infection by increasing the biodiversity of beneficial bacteria in the gut.
♥ Both raw breast milk and raw cow’s milk are high in beneficial fats, critical to proper brain development and for protection against pathogens.
♥ Raw breast milk is not regulated for human consumption. Raw cow’s milk, when tested and regulated by the state, must meet the safety standards set for pasteurized milk—without undergoing pasteurization.
♥ Raw milk from cows or goats can be used in a homemade formula that includes other ingredients to ensure conformity with mother’s milk. Babies can make the transition from raw milk formula to plain undiluted raw milk at nine to twelve months; but infants younger than nine months should only be given raw milk as an ingredient in raw milk infant formula.
Doctors Recommend Raw Milk
“Raw milk stabilizes MAST cells [which protect against pathogens], decreases inflammation and is effective for naturally treating asthma and allergies. It does not have the side effects of drug therapy. I recommend raw milk to all of my patients.”
Donald Fields, DO
Pediatrician, Yosemite Pediatrics
(formerly chief of medicine at Valley Children’s Hospital, Madera, CA, associate professor of medicine, University of California, San Francisco)
“Raw milk is a medical super-food! It protects and rebuilds the immune system.”
Susan Stone, MD, Fresno, CA
“Soy formula does not contain the nutrients that children need for their growth; it is one of the worst foods you can give your child. Serious health hazards include ADD, ADHD, brain damage, and altered behavior due to high levels of manganese…drink raw milk.”
Joseph Mercola, DO, mercola.com
Parents Love Raw Milk
“My three-year-old daughter suffered from asthma, chronic allergies, runny nose and congestion. At the end of the first week after starting raw milk her asthma and congestion were gone and she stopped taking all her medications.”
“Since I have been giving raw milk to my nine-year-old son, his frequent colds disappeared.”
“My six-year-old daughter was very sick with eczema when the doctors put her on soy milk. Her eczema became progressively worse. I changed to raw milk and within two days her skin started to clear up. Within three months, she had no eczema and loves drinking raw milk!” Dara Ree
“Raw cow’s milk saved my newborn’s life! I gave her commercial formula at one month old and she became very ill and could not have a bowel movement. I started raw milk formula and within an hour she was able to have regular bowel movements again!”
The health-sustaining qualities of raw milk depend on mom’s diet. For cows, this means a diet of grass, forage and hay from mineral-rich soil. Human moms will best nourish their breastfed babies by consuming plenty of nutrient-dense animal foods—including raw whole milk from pasture-fed cows—during lactation.
All raw milk is healthy, whether human, cow, goat, sheep, water buffalo, reindeer, horse or camel, provided that living conditions are natural and healthy and sanitation standards are met. While some people tolerate goat’s milk better than cow’s milk, cow’s milk is best for homemade infant formula because it contains high levels of vitamin B12 and folate.
Babies Need Cholesterol!
Babies need cholesterol for the development of their nervous systems and brain. Unlike adults, babies cannot make cholesterol. Fortunately, raw milk is rich in cholesterol and contains special enzymes to ensure that the infant absorbs 100 percent of the cholesterol. These enzymes are destroyed by pasteurization, and there is no cholesterol at all in commercial infant formulas. That is one important reason why raw milk—from mom or from a cow or other lactating animal—is so important for your baby!
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