Milk and parasites

Internal Parasites in Beef and Dairy Cattle – eXtension https://articles.extension.org/pages/11022/internal-parasites-in-beef-and-dairy-cattle Jan 27, 2011 – Introduction. The need to control internal parasites will exist as long as cattle are grazing pastures. However, parasite levels are not the same … ‎Introduction · ‎Effects of Internal Parasites · ‎Parasites of Concern [PDF] Internal Parasites of Dairy Cattle – Florida Dairy Extension dairy.ifas.ufl.edu/dpc/1993/Courtney.pdf Whereas parasitic gastroenteritis an d coccidiosis are likely … Continue reading Milk and parasites

Milk and parasites

Goat’s dairy and raw dairy products are best sources of dairy in terms of nutrition, beneficial enzymes and natural protein structure.  Ensure that it is certified free if harmful microorganisms such as parasites. Internal Parasites in Beef and Dairy Cattle – eXtension   https://articles.extension.org/pages/11022/internal-parasites-in-beef-and-dairy-cattle   Jan 27, 2011 – Introduction. The need to control internal parasites will exist … Continue reading Milk and parasites

Sugar and parasites

Sugar in simple and complex carbs Start with white sugar. It is made by refining sugar cane, a process involving many chemicals. Or from beets, whose refinement also involves synthetic chemicals, and charcoal. The big problem is that the finished product contains none of the nutrients, vitamins, or minerals of the original plant. White sugar … Continue reading Sugar and parasites

Parasites in foods

Up to nearly 10% of Americans may be infected with brain parasites found in undercooked meat. One example is the brain-invasive pork tapeworm, which is the most common cause of adult-onset epilepsy. Allergenic fish worms found in nearly two-thirds of retail fish tested can trigger allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. There have been migratory skin worms found in undercooked fish (like in sushi). Cheese may contain mites and … Continue reading Parasites in foods

Parasites and suicides

Inflammation in the Brain Lena Brundin, of Michigan State University, co-led the new study. She told the press that between one in ten and one in five people in the US carry the parasite, and while it was thought to lie dormant, it in fact appears to cause inflammation that produces metabolites that accumulate over time and … Continue reading Parasites and suicides