Imagine that your three-year-old child is diagnosed with leukemia. Doctors “recommend” a three-year protocol of chemo therapy. Much as you’d like to try a holistic protocol of nutrient-dense foods and detoxification techniques, you go along with the doctor recommendations because, after all, they are supposed to know best.
(This is a joint report I did with Liz Reitzig of Nourishing Liberty.)
We see examples of discrimination in many areas of life, but discrimination against food-borne pathogens? I’m afraid so. We have a campylobacter discrimination problem on our hands. Let me explain:
I don’t know of another food that gets as much attention from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control as raw milk.