Milk pasteurization does not kill viruses

Milk pasteurization does not kill viruses

Does pasteurization kill viruses? The dairy industry would like you to think it does, but the answer is a resounding no! When you put that carton of milk in the refrigerator and go for a drink a week later, only to find that a stinking clabber-looking mess, it's because bacteria have curdled the milk. The bacteria didn't come from the refrigerator, they were already in the milk. Government regulations actually allow so many pus cells per cubic centimeter of milk, cells that often contain live bacteria and viruses. With time they begin to grow and fill the milk with that putrid odor we all love. This is why ultra pasteurized milk can be left on the shelf for long periods of time without spoiling. The high heat kills everything. Even after it is opened, it will last much longer than regular milk.

Health and Nutrition Secrets (that can save your life), Dr Russell L. Blaylock, MD

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