Remember to try to find raw, unpasteurized, not homogenized dairy if you’re going to include it in your diet, from A2 dairy cows and not A1 dairy cows.
I usually buy my raw milk from Organic Pastures Dairy. I buy it at my local grocers.
But raw milk is expensive so I only buy enough for drinking straight or I buy cream. I’m certinaly not going to use raw milk to make cappuccinos! I’m essentially pasturizing the milk when I steam it! So I buy cheaper, pasteurized milk for when we make cappuccinos. Except, I try to buy organic, whole and non-homoginzed milk. So I buy the Organic Cream Top Milk from Trader Joe’s. I liked that it was non-homoginized but I didn’t like that I didn’t know where it came from!
But now I do!
I just found this little website that will tell me where the milk in my grocery store jug has come from! Ie. which dairy! Now you can know if your milk is coming from a reputable dairy or not!
I discovered that my Organic Cream Top Milk is coming from a great dairy in Northern California called Straus Family Creamery. I’m so excited to know this!
Check out your milk! You can also check your cheese, yogurt, ice cream or any dairy product!
For years, I’ve often wondered why on earth I was going to have to have my wisdom teeth removed (which I did, in July). Why did I have teeth naturally grow in that would have to be unnaturally removed in my 20s? What did they do hundreds of years ago without the modern dentist? Who removed their wisdom teeth then? What about eskimos and primitive peoples?
Dentists never seemed to be able to answer my questions. They would usually say, “You may not have to have them removed.” “Some people don’t; but most do.” “They’ll cause problems later.” But none of them could say why it was necessary in general! Why on earth have several generations of humans had to have their third molars removed!!?
Well, now I know.
Regardless of how you feel about his research (ie. whether you’re vegan or paleo or a weight watcher), it’s obvious from the context of the book that the prevailing thought in the 1930s was that the removal of the third molars was a new practice that was caused by a deformation or malformation of the dental arch! Deformation. Yes. All of us who are having our third molars removed are, in fact, deformed. Deformed?! Yes.
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