The Untold Story of Milk

The Untold Story of Milk

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The Untold Story of Milk

The Untold Story of Milk, Revised and updated, by Ron Schmid, ND. Foreword by Sally Fallon Morell The History, Politics and Science of Nature's Perfect Food: Raw Milk From Pasture-Fed Cows.

“This fascinating and compelling book will change the way you think about milk. Dr. Schmid chronicles the role of milk in the rise of civilization and in early America, the distillery dairies, compulsory pasteurization, the politics of milk, traditional dairying cultures and the modern dairy industry. He details the betrayal of public trust by government health officials and dissects the modern myths concerning cholesterol, animal fats and heart disease. And in the final chapters, he describes how scores of eminent scientists have documented the superiority of raw milk and its myriad health benefits.

“Raw milk freedom is a movement whose time has come. This book will serve as a catalyst for that movement, providing consumers with the facts and inspiration they need to embrace Nature's perfect food.” -- Sally Fallon Morell, author of Nourishing Traditions and President of the Weston A. Price Foundation

Open and fair-minded officials need to learn that raw milk from healthy animals, carefully produced and handled, simply does not cause disease.

About the Author: Ron Schmid has practiced as a licensed naturopathic physician in Connecticut since the early 1980s. A graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Dr. Schmid has taught at all four American accredited naturopathic medical schools. He served as the first Clinic Director and Chief Medical Officer at the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1999 and 2000. His first book, Traditional Foods Are Your Best Medicine, was published in 1987 and remains in print today.

  • Softcover. 492 pages. Includes Index.
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