REPLY TO VITAMIN D COUNCIL NEWSLETTER
Many people have asked us about a paper reported in a recent Vitamin D Council newsletter and Dr. John Cannel’s negative comments about cod liver oil. For Chris Masterjohn’s review of the study and comments see his blog: http://www.westonaprice.org/blog/more-attacks-on-vitamin-a.html.html.
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WHOLE FOODS PULLS RAW MILK FROM SHELVES
Whole Foods has announced that they will be removing all raw milk from their shelves in California, Washington, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. The reason given is that Whole Foods’ insurance company has decided it will not cover liability for perceived health issues with raw milk until a satisfactory nationwide safety policy for raw milk has been demonstrated. It is important to stress the fact that this action is not a reaction to any safety problem caused by raw milk.
It is EXTREMELY important to let Whole Foods know how you feel about this decision by emailing them at http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/company/contact_submit.php. Then patronize smaller health foods stores and markets that still carry raw milk. Not only has Whole Foods stopped providing Nature’s perfect food, they have created a severe financial hardship for the farmers who in good faith have invested in raw milk production for Whole Foods markets. If you phone the dairy that has provided raw milk to Whole Foods, they will be able to provide you with the names of stores that still carry it.
RAW MILK POLL
There is a poll being taken asking whether you would drink raw milk. If
you would like to vote, please visit: http://www.jsonline.com/polls/87239557.html.
SPRING ISSUE OF WISE TRADITIONS
The Spring issue of Wise Traditions is at the printer and will be mailed shortly. The theme is “Plants Bite Back” and will feature articles on phytic acid, oxalates and nightshade vegetables.
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