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The (Not So) Hidden Dangers of Homogenized Milk

Posted by Keisuke Kuroiwa on

The (Not So) Hidden Dangers of Homogenized Milk

Milk is nature’s way of providing substance from a mother to her young. It is a perfect delivery mechanism to supply an infant with lactoferrins, immunoglobulins and protein - necessary nutrition for development. Homogenization takes that perfect process and transforms it into something else. The goal of treating milk is to add consistency to the liquid. Without it, the cream would separate. While the end goal is practical, the means add hidden dangers to what is a naturally healthy drink. What Homogenization Does to MilkMilk contains butterfat globules, or lumps, that rise to the top of the liquid. Homogenization is...

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