Dangerous bacteria survive digestion. More powerful
evidence is discovered.
Hundreds of thousands of studies are published each year in
thousands of scientific journals. One can hardly keep up
with the volume of scientific "facts" which are continuously
stored in data banks and cumulatively add up to the vast
amount of scientific knowledge available to mankind.
Thousands of clues have added up to condemn milk and dairy
products as being unsafe. One new clue was actually
discovered in 1987 and has remained buried for twelve years.
SURVIVAL OF LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES IN MILK DURING HIGH-
TEMPERATURE, SHORT-TIME PASTEURIZATION.
This study was performed at the University of Wisconsin and
appeared in the July 1987 (Volume 53) issue of the Journal
of Environmental Microbiology. The authors were Doyle MP,
Glass KA, et.al.
WHAT WERE THE RESULTS OF THE STUDY?
Milk from cows inoculated with listeria was pooled for 2 to
4 days and then heated at 162 degrees Fahrenheit for 16
seconds in a high-temperature, short-time pasteurization
Live listeria bacteria was then successfully isolated from
the milk after heat treatment in 11 of 12 pasteurization
trials. Results indicate listeria can survive the minimum
high-temperature, short-time treatment required by the U.S.
Food and Drug Administration for pasteurizing milk.
In February of 1999, 350,000 cases of milk and dairy
products were withdrawn from every state in America because
of listeria contamination. Dozens of Americans died from a
bacterial infection that might take as long as 45 days to
incubate in the human body.
One plays a deadly game of Russian Roulette by eating milk
and cheese products.