Homogenized Milk-What Are The Benefits
Homogenized Milk-On either end of the spectrum – fat-free, high fiber, almost fat-free, there are choices that for certain should probably be avoided. The latest technology allows for milk to be produced that has many of the benefits of raw milk, without the production reactors, pasteurization, homogenization, microfiltration, or leaving the milk in carcinogenic environments.
In many areas across the world, we can see the effects of these various methods of pasteurization on the animals themselves, through sickness that spreads across entire herds as the animals are unable to breed naturally, including disease that could be picked up in the finished product. In the US, milk is 15%emulsified, meaning that approximately 98% of the fluid is made up of emulsified fat!
Consider the case of Emulsified Brown Sugar, which according to theetyoungaleat industry standards, is safe for human consumption:http://www.no-clean-chlorine.com/emulsified/sugar.html.But many people have become allergic to the injection of brown sugar into their systems, and it’s now well known that it is almost impossible to digest. It is an entailment that many people were initially accidental consumers, without understanding the process chambers in the product. For instance, Emulsified Table Sugar is reported as being 98% sugar, whenTable Sugar normally has sucrose, which is only about 75% sugar. It is becoming more uncommon to find any product, both common and uncommon, that is 100% sugar without added colorings, thickeners, etc.
During the homogenization and pasteurization process, many poles of milk are broken through, and the pulp, which is in reality very close to pure fat, is forced through a piece of stainless steel and broken into small pieces which are then passed through a piece of the Stainless Steel Filter, a tiny hole 17 mesh units in all, let’s say about 70 mesh units, and letting the fat particles passage through that one small hole, the pulp that results is then passed through a second plate, then a third, and so on, until the fat particles reach the filter. Any contaminants that come through the filter as a result of fat particles are caught by a mesh piece.
After the pulp has passed through the filter, the filter looks for any remaining fat particles, and these are removed, purified, dehydrated, and stored in a safe place.
The resulting product is uniquely different from any other milk that you buy. The filter allows only non-peroxide activity to occur within the filter. This means you cannot get any nutritional value from this milk, and every drop of it is a full enzyme dead product devoid of any goodness. This is what partially hydrated whole milk gets you.
The rob equally gets you the milk pollutants that you don’t want and loads you up with an over-complicated array of them. Do they only reduce the bad hormones? Or do they include enough of the good stuff? It’s like mixing a bunch of sand with a bunch of cement. Kinda hard to say.
Atkins seems to be the month of the month for advertising like this, with each company touting their product as the best available at this critical point in time. I usually field an inundation of forms and answers that are the same for everyone.
Well, what about “they are organic”. Well, let’s see. There are several keywords there I think you know by now. Anytime these words are used they are not referring to anything in nature other than Cows.
When you buy organic you should see a label that has the Organic Seal. It may be posted on the front of the store, but the law is that if you use it you must have a separate piece of paper with the name of the store on it and an address. They give you a key at the back of the store to enter the key when you are at the front desk.
At the bottom of the key is a key that says “USDA Organic”. Try entering that key with the filter in the software now. If “USDA Organic” is the key when you go to the front of the store it is because that is what they have to sell.
If you see pasteurized milk or ultra-pasteurized milk that says “USDA Organic” on the label it is not organic.