What if you drank only lukewarm raw milk, and didn’t eat anything else?
Date: 5/20/2014 12:09:41 AM ( 3 y ) ... viewed 593 times
Some of my greatest enjoyments come from reading the personal reports of people who share their rather enlightening experience of drinking raw milk.
Moments ago I re-enjoyed reading the "progress report" from Alice Jongerden on her milk fast of 2013. This fourth day's log is representative of the whole report:
"Day 4. Woke up feeling refreshed and ready to go. Good thing, I had a big day planned, including a Raw Milk Presentation in the evening. By now I was thinking about how easy this has been. No cravings, always feeling satisfied, and now feeling quite energized. I also have been enjoying the warm sweet milk. I didn’t realize how sweet it was. Today I reveled with each glass at how amazingly delicious this food is. I envision myself enjoying this fast for some time."
In addition there are the comments that included a new one that was submitted just several days ago by "Donna on July 6, 2015 at 4:43 pm". I appreciate the line:
"...We need to distinguish between what post-war America has been teaching as 'medicine' and what early America and Europe understood ...."
Also among the other twenty-five comments there is mention of additional first-hand reports that strike my interest and to which I intend to access.
I think my own personal experience of extensive raw milk drinking over the course of several years adds to my interest in reading the reports of others.
Here's the first of the other reports,
"One of the things I’ve learned through the years is that it takes time for my body to signal that it has enough food. Therefore, my habit after eating something is to wait at least 15 minutes to see if the hunger is real or not.":
This link is to the last entry and the end of the report.
raw milk, Alice Jongerden, milk fast
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