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Our dairy foods are polluted
with Salmonella and Shigella bacteria. It is impossible to
operate a dairy without getting some cow manure into the milk.
Although udder wash contains antiseptic it does not kill all
manure bacteria. Later, when milk is pasteurized, many heat
sensitive bacteria are killed like the “friendly” streps and
staphs, but not all the harmful Salmonellas and Shigellas. Some
survive to colonize the milk, then later infect the consumer. Only
milk that is sterilized is safe. A commercial source of sterilized
(safe) milk can sometimes be found on the shelf (unrefrigerated).
If it had any bacteria, it would not survive shelf life for more than
You may not notice any discomfort from drinking milk,
buttermilk, or eating yogurt without sterilizing it. Your stomach
acids may be strong enough to kill them, or your liver able to
strain them out of your body fluids and dump them, dead, into
your bile ducts. Or they may live quietly in some part of the
water bottles sterile.
bowel where you feel no effects. Sterilize all your dairy foods by
heating at the boiling point for 10 seconds, even if you have no
If you are intolerant of milk it doesn't mean that you are
lactase deficient, but that you are unable to kill any Salmonellas
and Shigellas. These, in turn, can make you lactase deficient via
frequent diarrheas. You can correct this situation by not eating
any more bacteria. Give your body clean food, as intended by
nature. Don't eat any deli foods, don't eat salad bar food or restaurant
food unless it has been baked or cooked. Never eat
chicken or red meat at restaurants. They are not thoroughly
As soon as a new abdominal pain or discomfort, or a gassy
condition appears, zap bacteria and try to eliminate your bowel
contents. Use the herb, Cascara sagrada (follow directions on
label) as a laxative, or Epsom salts if necessary. Also start the
If you have chronic abdominal problems, make sure you
eliminate the bowel contents two or three times a day. There are
herbs that can kill enteric bacteria, known to our ancestors of
various cultures. Echinacea was a treasured herb of American
Indians. Goldenseal is another favorite. Turmeric can kill E.
coli and some Shigellas. Fennel can also kill some. But a single
dose of Black Walnut Tincture Extra Strength seems to do the
most. Make it yourself if possible (see Recipes, page 543).
If your body has lost its ability to kill Salmonellas and Shigellas,
all the antibiotics and herbs and good bowel habits cannot
protect you from these ubiquitous bacteria. You could ask
how you lost your natural protection from them. There is evidence
that common antibiotics that kill Streptococcus and
Staphylococcus varieties are responsible.
A fraction of your bowel bacteria should be the friendly
Strep. lactis and Staph. epidermidis. After repeated doses of
penicillin-like antibiotics (that you may be taking for your strep
throat) they are eradicated along with the “bad” Strep. pneumoniae
bug. No amount of acidophilus culture (which contains active
Lactobacillus) can replace these Streps or Staphs.
In mice, it takes a million Salmonella bacteria to start an infection.
After giving them streptomycin, it only took 10 bacteria
to infect them!9 Your intestines are similarly handicapped after
antibiotics, and allow even very small amounts of Salmonella
and Shigella to escape and multiply!
Try to get some natural killing power back. This means improving
the stomach's ability to produce acid and the liver's
ability to make bile. In turn, this means getting the toxins out of
the stomach and cleaning the liver. Certain toxins accumulate in
the stomach when the liver and kidneys can't keep up with
elimination. Arsenic is a prominent stomach toxin. Get all
sources of arsenic removed. Freon is another stomach toxin.
Switch to a non-Freon containing refrigerator.
The metals from dentalware: mercury, silver, copper, thallium,
first are swallowed and then land in the stomach. Clean up
your dentalware. Toxins you inhale such as asbestos, formaldehyde,
fiberglass, also are coughed up and swallowed to accumulate
in the stomach. Test for them and clean up your
environment. Any stomach can recover a significant part of its
function by cleaning it up. Even though you regain your tolerance
toward minute bits of filth in dairy products, do not go back to
unsterilized milk products.