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All-natural drink tackles asthma, allergies and more

If you’ve taken the grandkids to a playground lately, you’ve seen the changes.

Anything remotely fun is gone, because it might hurt someone. Even the swings have been shipped out to the scrapyard…and instead of honest-to-goodness dirt and grass, the ground is a rubberized moonscape.

But the biggest change isn’t in the playground. It’s in all the kids sucking on inhalers.

Today, 25 million Americans have asthma — or 1 in 12 of us — and those rates have jumped by a third in the past 10 years alone.

New research confirms what’s happened: We’re no longer drinking all-natural life-giving raw milk!

You’ve read right here in the Daily Dose: Kids with parents enlightened enough to give them farm-fresh milk instead of pasteurized supermarket swill are practically immune to asthma.

And now the study finds that drinking raw milk before age six cuts the risk of asthma by a third… or precisely the level that asthma has increased in recent years.

The researchers say it’s because raw milk has higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids and a better omega-6 to omega-3 ratio — and that’s no doubt part of it.

But the REAL reason is that farm-fresh milk is literally alive with beneficial bacteria that’ll give your immune system a kick in the pants and practically make kids asthma-proof. The pasteurization process kills all of those off.

In one study, 11 percent of kids on supermarket milk had asthma… compared to just 1 percent of the children raised on REAL milk.

And that’s not all it can do.

It can also protect against seasonal allergies — aka “hay fever” — and even skin allergies such as atopy.

You’re no kid, but it’s not too late to get the immune-boosting, energy-lifting, disease-fighting, digestion-easing effects of unpasteurized milk yourself.

Make the switch, and it won’t be long before you feel the difference. Heck, you’ll practically feel like Superman!

Big Dairy and the powers-that-be have been fighting tooth and nail to keep raw milk off the market, right down to ARMED RAIDS against those who sell the stuff.

But I’m happy to report that — for once — they’re losing the battle. Search online and you’ll no doubt find a reliable and responsible source of farm-fresh milk near you.

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