Dairy: Raw vs. Pasteurized

Choosing Healthy Dairy Products

“I’ve been treating eating disorders (ED’s) and obesity for nearly 25 years and have always had good outcomes. My rate of success improved dramatically, however, when I discovered the critical role that processed food plays in causing as well as in preventing recovery from Anorexia, Bulimia, Bulimarexia, (a combination of the two) Binge Eating Disorder (BED,) Emotional Eating and Obesity. To this end, I find it of great importance to provide both my patients and readers with relevant nutrition information to aid in their recovery. You can view all my Nutrition, Fitness, and Health articles here.

In support of the raw dairy community and the education of dairy consumers, Natural News has just released an infographic about organic raw (fresh) dairy products versus conventional (pasteurized) dairy products.

This infographic is an excellent resource as it explains the differences between the nutritional properties, animal compassion and health implications of raw dairy versus pasteurized dairy.

For more information on choosing health dairy products see my article ‘Dairy Aisle Confusion

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