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Another Family Business Destroyed: Morningland Dairy Raw Milk Cheese Raided 1/25/13

In business 30 years with not one customer ever getting sick. 18 tons of product seized to be destroyed by the Missouri Milk Board.



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The government is getting

The government is getting desperate for money. They are grabbing all they can. Wonder if that NAFTA highway is going thru there..

Could be a right call you

Could be a right call you have.

Considering the strong link...

...to cancer that milk protein has, I hope these poor people find another line of business very soon.

That goes for all dairy farmers and ranchers:


you have a right to your opinion about . . .

dairy and meat--

to believe that raw is the same as pasteurized--

I, personally, used to be mostly vegan; when I ate pasteurized products I got sick--

I began to eat very limited amounts of raw dairy, and I have had no sickness.

I eat very little of it, but I do better when I have a small amount of raw dairy--

the fact is that what is happening in Missouri is a travesty, whether you believe in dairy (raw or otherwise) or not--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

I agree with the right...

...of raw dairy farmers. But don't forget who controls the USDA -- it's largely the big meat and dairy producers, not to mention the pharmaceutical industry. They have not only a vested interest in seeing their raw dairy competition out of business but in keeping Americans consuming a lot of meat and dairy as well.

So I don't listen to the USDA because I know who influences it. I also no longer listen to foundations like Weston Price that are supported by meat/dairy businesses. And most definitely will I never again listen to some overweight author who's cashing in on the low carb craze.

I'd rather listen to actual research scientists and doctors who've had their government grants pulled and/or are kicked off the USDA board for sticking to their principles. There is little vested interest in telling people to have an organic plant/organic grain-based diet. Chances of getting our health right are much better, I think, when we follow the money.

I agree about the USDA, and I'm sorry to hear . . .

about Weston Price--

I do everything I can to support local organic--

I eat as little meat as possible--but if I eat it, I only eat organic and, mostly, local--grassfed, free range--

and I, too, question every fad/trend--

unfortunately, wheat started making me sick, so I now have to eat other grains, but it's working out fine, and I'm getting them at good prices in bulk--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

You need to do more research.


Your video is a government funded vegan citing studies on homogenized, pasteurized milk.

This is the article that got my posting privileges revoked:

The USDA...

...is influenced and advised by the meat, dairy, and pharmaceutical businesses. They have the money, not the organic vegetable farmers.

The China Study was indeed funded by the government (a study to find out what causes cancer), but Colin Campbell lost his funding when the results came out. He was also kicked off the USDA advisory team, to my understanding. Another reason I listen to him now -- he's lost a lot but keeps speaking out.

Listen to government funded kooks,

The American Cancer society has wasted billion of dollars and more people are dying of Cancer every year. When the started the problem was on in a hundred, now it is 1 in three.

It is more likely they promote leading causes of cancer. As an organiation I cannot imagine a bigger failure.

As for the UN agenda trashing livestock in favor on Monsanto's grains. The UN created Mad cow. Paid Oprah to trash the cattle industry. Paid local tyrants to steal personal property and invade privacy without due process.

The guys peddling this animal protein nonsense are the sickest bunch of old fossils I've see for a long time.

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Follow the money

Colin Campbell had his government funding for research pulled because he came out against the meat, dairy, and pharmaceutical industries.

Who do you think influences the USDA? Organic vegetable farmers?

Again, follow the money and the unbiased research: Both will tell you all you need to know.

“Having advisors tied to the meat or dairy industries is as inappropriate as letting tobacco companies decide our standards for air quality." ~ Dr. Neal Barnard, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

You hang out with a bunch of nut cases.

Human breast milk is 55% saturated fat and high in protein.

2 Million years of evolution says the investigators are all full of crap.

Maybe you should stop peddling their lies and faulty research.

If vegans start living to 100 years. Then I'll pay them heed.

So far, they don't. Their science is unproven.

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Yes, human milk...

...is good for babies and cow's milk is good for calves. So since babies need their mother's milk as infants to be able to grow (unlike adults) and calves need cow's milk to be able to grow (unlike adult cows), as is God's perfect design, I don't know what you're getting at there.

2 million years of evolution? Sounds like you've been listening to the paleo gurus and their version of history. I used to believe them too.

There's a lot of money to be made by telling people what they'd like to hear. Nobody, including I, wants to hear we must give up meat and cheese if we want to prevent our getting cancer and heart disease.

So though there's no real money in telling the truth, the truth always finds its way out eventually. Until then, though, the costs of eating meat and cheese, both medically and economically, will continue to be enormous.


Human milk is closer to skim milk. Cows' milk only makes humans grow into fat cows, through over-consumption! Fat is the part of the diet that is the highest in calories. Yet, high carbohydrate consumption is just as good at making the liver form fats and cholesterol. So far,the nutritionists don't have the right answer. Theoretically, decreasing simple carbohydrates in the diet could decrease the formation of fats and cholesterol(one form of fat) in the liver. That is where the South Beach and Adkins's diet came from.

Highly processed carbohydrates like sugar and white flower, have long been theorized to be part of the dietary problem. As always, moderation is important. I found that fried chicken, and such, did not have enough carbohydrate to actually affect the high protein low carbohydrate diets. But, just like all medical care, it must take into consideration that all of us are different and don't respond to these diets in the same way.


...is the prime target of the low carb diets such as South Beach, Atkin's, etc. , and for good reason -- just look at all those obese Asians who live on rice.

I'm being facetious, of course, (got that line from Dr. John McDougall, who looks fantastic for his age, btw). Common sense and history should tell us that starch isn't the problem at all. The Western diet is among the highest in animal products, and the US, Denmark, and Switzerland are among the top when it comes to dairy consumption and at the top for breast cancer and prostate cancer -- two cancers almost unheard of in countries that hardly consume any dairy at all.

So it isn't just processed carbs and processed oils that are bad for you. It's meat and dairy also. But you won't hear about that much because the meat, dairy, and pharmaceutical industries have their representatives in the USDA.

Asians had low cancer rates until . . .

they started polishing their rice--

I know; I lived in Asia for a few years--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Goes to show...

...processed foods are detrimental to your health. Looks like they're following the Westerners somewhat. As far as cancer, if they become so foolish as to add more meat and some cheese to their polished rice, you ain't seen nothing yet.

Vegans have that pasty look. Grey hair from copper deficiency.

A B12 deficiency explains the edema of the skin.

Low cholesterol leaves them brain dead and impotent.

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Vegans: a pasty look?

You mean like these guys?


The vegans sure look great to me!

btw, I used to think that of vegans too, until I really looked at them and compared them to the low carb gurus, as the second Youtube here shows.

Primal eaters:

Ron Paul, Tom Woods, Lew Rockwell, Joel Salatin, Gary Taubes, Tom Naughton...They all look pretty good.

Tom Naughton

The Lost Art of Play" by Mark Sisson

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Does Ron Paul eat primal?

Does Ron Paul eat primal? How do you know?

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Partly, It is a guess.

Who inspired the other men on the list, except Taubes and Naughton.

Lew, Tom and dozens of others at Mises.org and LRC are followers.

But who was the thin healthy man in the group? Who could have gotten the ball rolling?

Elementary my dear Watson. ;-)

Ron Paul is healthy, has great stamina. The primal blueprint isn't about being strict but 80/20.

That is my final answer. But it would be interesting to know for sure.

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Paul S.

You might be interested in my call to Ben Fuchs regarding my buddy who has avascular necrosis of the femur head. It's the second call, a ways from half way through the clip.


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Thanks Paul,

Got the PM, I'll be sending you some links you may find interesting. Pictures of a loudspeaker with a 15 inch voice coil with a 15 inch styrofoam cone.

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"15 inch voice coil with a 15

"15 inch voice coil with a 15 inch styrofoam cone."

Now that sounds wild enough. ;-)

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Compare low carb, high protein, high fat Ben Fuchs

Compare low carb, high protein, high fat Ben Fuchs to pasty grey Dr. McDougall.



Sure, many vegans are scrawny, but many do not look healthy. There's more to health than being thin. Auschwitz victims were thin...

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They also seem to be a bit arthritic. Look at the unlnar twist.

They seem to be stiff with limited range of motion.

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they also seem to have no muscles.

I agree. And they may have extremely low body fat, but they also seem to have no muscles. And the fact that vegan vegetarianism damages the brain becomes evident from most all of them.

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Cholesterol needed to sheath neurons.

Without this insulation neurons short circuit.

Eat a couple of dozen egg next week they'll be in better shape.

Just watching and listening to these guys, their bodies are screaming "mineral deficiency!

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Oh I know. Especially

Oh I know. Especially McDougall. He looks like walking death.

These vegan veg types are such a mess. And as I posted to that one gal, it's like a cult religion. They won't be happy till they've sucked you in too.

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That is a big, fat lie

Want to lose weight? Eat plenty of HIGH QUALITY fats. Your BRAIN needs fat. Low fat diets make your body think it is about to starve to death, so it hoards everything.
WHEAT is another story. It has been hybridized to be better livestock feed. To that end, traits that increase appetite and make livestock get fat faster have been enhanced. Skip the bread, double down on the coconut oil, watch the pounds melt off.

This is the article that got my posting privileges revoked: