ARTICLES and study links

ALLERGIES

"Increased regulatory T-cell numbers are associated with farm milk exposure and lower atopic sensitization and asthma in childhood..." READ FULL ARTICLE


INFECTIONS

"A study by LMU researchers shows that infants fed on fresh rather than UHT cow’s milk are less prone to infection. The authors recommend the use of alternative processing methods to preserve the protectants found in the natural product..." READ FULL ARTICLE


ASTHMA

"Fresh, unprocessed cow's milk has a higher content of omega-3 fatty acids than does pasteurized, homogenized or low-fat milk. This factor partly explains why children who consume the unprocessed product are less likely to develop asthma, say scientists..." READ FULL ARTICLE


IMMUNITY

"You may have heard the saying, “When the people lead, the leaders will follow.” Never has that saying been more true than when applied to our medical system. Over the last twenty years or so, as people have grown increasingly sick and tired of the treat-but-don’t-cure and cut-burn-and-poison models of cancer care, they are gradually forcing the conventional medical system to change. People have been taking health care into their own hands, supported by natural health practitioners fighting for the right to use safer healing approaches. In short, a paradigm shift is afoot..." READ FULL ARTICLE


FERMENTED MILK

"Milk products are good sources of calcium that may reduce bone resorption and help prevent bone loss as well as promote bone remodeling and increase bone formation. Kefir is a product made by kefir grains that degrade milk proteins into various peptides with health-promoting effects, including antithrombotic, antimicrobial and calcium-absorption enhancing bioactivities. In a controlled, parallel, double-blind intervention study over 6 months, we investigated the effects of kefir-fermented milk..." READ FULL ARTICLE


GUT HEALTH

"Our bodies are home to trillions of microorganisms that play a critical role in digestion, the synthesis of vitamins, and our immune function. But, how much are we able to harness our microbiome to take control of our health?..." READ FULL ARTICLE