Is the time up for rBGH? I think so. Ben & Jerry’s banned recombinant bovine somatotropin–known as rBGH and rBST–in in 1989, at a time when big ice cream brands probably laughed at the folly as they added more and more of the milk hormone to the mix. But times they have a’ changed.
I just fell in love with a new kind of organic milk. No, it’s not soy—although I like that, too—and it’s not almond, either. And although it comes from a cow, it has about as much in common with the milk I used to drink as raw juice has with the stuff that comes in a box with a stuck-on straw. Because this milk is simply delicious. It’s rich, creamy and lip-smacking good. After decades of limiting the stuff to coffee, this makes me want to drink milk in a glass—or a jug. What is it? Raw milk, from the Organic Pastures dairy in California. But is it safe?
There’s a lot of news about toxic chemicals in our lives, and it can get overwhelming. But the great news is that even small actions can add up to a huge healthy impact on our lives. A great example is organic milk. The difference that choosing organic milk can make for you and your family’s health is HUGE.