What is The Raw Milk Difference?
Raw milk in its natural state (raw) has many important nutrients, such as enzymes, protein, heart healthy fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and beneficial bacteria that help build our immune system. It remains unprocessed, complete, and whole from its original form to benefit those who consume it for its health benefits.
Pasteurized milk is milk that has been heat-treated to a temperature that destroys the living bacteria found in milk. This heating process kills, damages, or denatures most all of the other nutrients found in raw milk. The dead, altered, or damaged cells remain in the milk as a byproduct of the heat-killing process. These dead cells can be highly allergenic to some people.
Unprocessed, whole, and complete
*Raw cow's milk is extremely similar to raw human milk because it is unprocessed, directly from the source, and never processed by heat or other processing methods.