Jan 16, 2009
Hooray for another great article on raw milk! Check it out!
“A Sip of Raw Milk” by Selena Rifkin
Posted In: Nutrition/Health •
Raw milk would be unpasteurized and unprocessed. The organic milk is probably not raw, check the packaging to see if it has been pasteurized or processed with heat. As far as finding raw milk, go to a local farm that sells dairy products or ask the health food store is they can order you unpasteurized milk.
I am sure the manufacturer meant no harm by adding these chemicals. The purpose of adding these chemicals is to prolong shelf-life of the skin care products sold on the market. That reason is understandable since the manufacturer would rather add chemicals to these products than sell spoiled goods.Age Spot
Email address: * (required but will not be displayed or abused)
Remember my personal information
Notify me of follow-up comments
Please enter the word you see in the image below:
Nutrition/Health | Green Living | Gardening | Parenting | In the Kitchen | Homeschooling | Thrifty Chick | Pregnancy | Activism | My Life | Crafts | Book Reviews | Laugh for Your Health | Inspirational Quotes | Wordless Wednesday |
Home | About Me | Disclosure Policy