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RAW MILK IS GOOD FOR BABIES

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RAW MILK IS GOOD FOR BABIES

I am now writing a book here’s a part of me talking about foodborne illness from raw milk. I saw somebody post recently about if she should feed her son raw milk, I also see a lot of mothers that are scared because of the bacteria.
Chapter One
Foodborne Illness Ignorantly Diagnosed
Let me explain a incident of medical doctors incorrectly diagnosing a foodborne illness and how raw milk gets the blame.
Heres an example, An individual is rushed to the emergency room because of a foodborne illness, The medical doctor ask the individual what he ate for the day. The sick individual responds with, I ate some pizza in the morning, I also ate some ice cream and leftover ground beef. The medical doctor in return writes Patient X got sick from e.coil in the ground beef or the pizza. Now let’s have the same scenario but add raw milk, Patient Z goes into the emergency room with a foodborne illness, The medical doctor ask the individual what he ate for the day. The sick individual responds with, I ate some pizza in the morning, I also ate some ice cream and leftover ground beef, Oh and a few glasses of raw milk.The medical rushes to judgement and blames the raw milk for the e.coil poisoning, of course ignoring the other foods you ate for the day.
In variable 1 Patient X got e.coil from either the ground beef or the pizza, but in variable 2 Patient Z ate the exact same foods but with added raw milk, is it possible both individuals got sick from the pizza? Or the ground beef? If you drink raw milk and receive a foodborne illness, The medical doctors will rush to judgment and blame the milk, by the way this is also what the FDA does. Without even looking into other variables they will blame your milk, what you ate for the other day which is what ACTUALLY GOT YOU SICK will not be wrote down, the milk will be blamed.

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  1. I assume you are feeding raw human milk from mommy, right? Because that is what is truly good for babies. Raw cow milk is good for baby cows… unless you just like the taste, there are plenty of other, healthier ways to get calcium than milk.

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    1. Yes our baby is fed probably 75% moms milk and probably 25% cows milk RAW, I’m saying raw milk is the 2nd best alternative instead of that formula garbage I see people use. By the way if anyone does there research babies actually get sick from that crap hence FOODBORNE ILLNESS from formula milk.

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  2. Both the CDC and the FDA recommend against consuming raw milk, especially pregnant women and children. Of all reported cases of associated food borne illness associated with raw milk, nearly 80% were in children. I can only imagine that most cases of illness are not even reported. Since this milk is not pasteurized and is a known risk of containing bacteria, I can’t imagine knowingly taking this risk with my child.

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    1. I agree- it’s not worth the risk to give your baby something that has a known risk of containing bacteria.

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  3. Any of those foods of contaminated could cause a pathogenic strain of E. coli in the stool. Doctors often can suspect a food culprit but usually the health department investigates the “source” of the infection, especially if there is an outbreak. A healthy index of suspicion, which would be raised with the history of ingesting raw/undercooked hamburger or raw milk, would likely point doctors to a stool culture for diagnosis. Often times there are clusters of illness because the contamination was not isolated to one consumer purchase.

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