Animal Disease and Human Health Risk
Futuristic Animal Insights
About one hundred years ago an amazing warning was written concerning the dangers of eating
dairy products. Ellen White went on record with this admonition: "If milk is used, it
should be thoroughly sterilized. With this precaution, there is less danger of contracting
disease from its use."139 How do you thoroughly sterilize milk? It is simply old-fashioned
She further explains: "Let . . . diet reform be progressive. Let the people be taught how
to prepare food without the use of milk or butter." 140 The scientific data presented in
this chapter has proven that this prediction was correct.
Now Is Decision Time
Most of us put off any decision about changing our lifestyle until we are forced to. However,
when it comes to dietary changes, often those "must change" situations come too late.
Changes in diet will not help much if you are diagnosed with Creutzfeldt Jakob disease.
When Salmonella, Listeria, Campylobacter, or another food-borne acute infection strikes, you
could be one of the "unlucky ones" and not live to choose a better diet. Even survivors can
develop irreversible physical problems that no nutritional program can resolve.
The documented information in this chapter calls for a decision. The decision time is now.
In light of the evidence of the numerous and serious diseases in animals, choosing the safest
diet is certainly reasonable. It makes sense. Focus not on what you are giving up, but rather
on the wide variety of fruits, grains, nuts and vegetables that can be heartily enjoyed on this
The above article is presented here courtesy of Dr. Neil Nedley, M.D., excerpted from his
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139 White EG. Counsels on Diet and Foods. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing
Association, 1976 p. 357. (italics supplied)
140 White EG. Counsels on Diet and Foods. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing
Association, 1976 p. 349.
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