Food Integrity Now – Sally Fallon and Kristin Canty – Farmageddon – E30

Could raw milk cure asthma, allergies and other diseases? Why is the FDA conducting gestapo-type raids on small farms selling raw, unpasteurized milk and cheese?  Sally Fallon of the Weston A. Price Foundation and Kristin Canty, Director of the upcoming documentary, Farmageddon, a movie that documents the FDA’s opposition to raw milk, discuss this topic with the Food Integrity Now team. In studies involving humans, raw milk was shown to be superior to pasteurized in protecting against infection, diarrhea, rickets, tooth decay and TB; and children receiving had better growth than those receiving pasteurized milk. In the early 1900s, the Mayo Clinic administered the “Milk Cure” which consisted in drinking 4-5 quarts of raw milk per day, obtaining favorable results for a range of illnesses including cancer, weight loss, kidney disease, allergies, skin problems, urinary tract problems, prostate problems and chronic fatigue; these results are not obtained using pasteurized milk.  Farmageddon explores this controversial topic.

Farmageddon Trailer from Kristin Canty on Vimeo.

8 Comments

  1. where you say ” … the FDA is conducting gustavo-type raids …”?? do you perhaps mean, rather, “gestapo”, comparing the meatheads coming down on raw dairy farms to uniformed thugs enforcing the govt. policy in the Third Reich?

    or maybe you DO mean ‘gustavo’ … as JFK put it “with vigah!” = ‘ with glee’ ?

  2. I love you guys – and you really want to correct the spelling error in the first sentence! It’s “gestapo-type raids” (as in the military police under the Nazi regime), not “gustavo-type raids” (as in, perhaps, that crazy Uncle Gustav who always sneaks into the cookie jar late at night)!

    Take care!

    1. Does the age of the study necessarily mean that the substance of the study is erroneous?

      Comedy, your post lacks any real substance. It is just a “soundbite”.

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