Harvard Raw Milk Debate

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The Future of Small Artisan Dairies May Be Influenced by this Harvard Debate

Please Share this Video of Harvard Raw Milk Debate

Here is the recording of the Harvard Raw Milk Debate. Please share it with others who are trying to discern the truth about raw milk.

Yesterday, the Centers for Disease Control issued a report claiming raw milk access increases illness risks. Here is the kind of news coverage their report generated, USA Today article.

This is the Weston A. Price Foundation response: CDC Cherry Picks Data to Make Case Against Raw Milk.

The U.S. government has a long history of bias against raw milk: FDA and CDC Bias Against Raw Milk. CDC Report on California Illness Shows Continued Government Bias Against Raw Milk.

Kimberly Hartke is the publicist for The Campaign for Real Milk, a project of the nutrition education non-profit, Weston A. Price Foundation.

This post is part of the Real Food Wednesday blog carnival.

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  1. I watched the debate, and read a few FDA and CDC publications. Yes, raw milk may be slightly more likely to carry pathogens than a cooked milk. However, 1) other foods are more likely to kill you, 2) raw milk outbreaks tend to be small and localized, and tend to be of pathogens that cause diarrhea, and not death and/or paralysis, and 3) we sell plenty of raw products with warnings to cook them, we should have the option of buying raw milk to do what we want with.

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