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Raw organic milk - boiling milk needed? 8 years 2 months ago #1978

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Hello sir,

Q: Will animal proteins from Raw A2 cow breed organic milk neutralize while making curd. Milk will be warm for few minutes once milked, so if I add culture immediately after milking without boiling, will animal proteins neutralize? ?

May be yes, but boiling may be better from the point of view of protein denaturation, which will not happen with raw milk or pasturized milk.

Proteins (also other macro-molecules) occur in a folded nature called native form (raw) and when heated (cooked) expose out the folded regions.

Some enzymes can digest the folded forms and others cannot. This is why human enzymes digest cooked food better than uncooked food. Our enzymes digest protein with a particular protein molecular configuration (shape)...which might be more efficient in denatured form boiled) rather than native form (raw).
Calf enzymes will digest raw milk proteins (native form) rather than denatured form (boiled).

This is from an enzyme-biochemistry aspect.

Parents who do not know science in a holistic manner give children cow's pastuerized milk directly from fridge without boiling. Read this link to know that this damages health a lot. without boiling .

A write up on A1/A2 and devil in milk you tube . Indian cow milk is better for health because of A2 protein.

There are some important stuff in raw milk, which are lost in boiling.

Protective components:

Killing pathogens in the milk (lactoperoxidase, lactoferrin, leukocytes, macrophages, neutrophils, antibodies, medium chain fatty acids, lysozyme, B12 binding protein, bifidus factor, beneficial bacteria);
Preventing pathogen absorption across the intestinal wall (polysaccharides, oligosaccharides, mucins, fibronectin, glycomacropeptides, bifidus factor, beneficial bacteria);
Strengthening the Immune System (lymphocytes, immunoglobulins, antibodies, hormones and growth factors) (Scientific American, December 1995; British J of Nutrition, 2000:84(Suppl. 1):S3-S10, S75-S80, S81-S89).


All these are true for a calf, need not be for a human. Our system if given the raw materials of Energy in form of proteins, carbohydrates and fats, can do all these immune functions and growth aspects. So a raw milk aspect is truly not needed.
see more info-do we need cow's milk.

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Raw organic milk - boiling milk needed? 8 years 2 months ago #1982

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However the video shows that heating milk above 62 degrees that it generates harmful protein fragments. At 4.35 minutes in the video , he talks about milk heating and breakdown of harmful beta -casomorphin-7 (BCM7) peptides.

Here we have to look at a holistic level, instead of bits and pieces. Modern science and statistics is good for research to understand mechanisms but not a holistic view.

Both A1 and A2 milk has growth hormones bad for human health. So boiling is a must.

BCM7 fragment generation occurs during heating is correct for A1 milk, but not present in A2 milk. So naturally A2 milk is good from this BCM7 point of view. This does not mean that we can avoid heating A1 milk and avoid BCM7 fragments. It is still generated by gastrointestinal proteolytic digestion .

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