However, experts warn that raw milk may be contaminated. Therefore, the consumption of raw milk should still be cautious. Even though, the risk of illness is usually small, but raw milk can carry harmful bacteria and other germs that can make you very sick.
If you are lucky enough not to experience ill after drinking raw milk, you just stalling until later experienced diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and vomiting.
In rare cases, the consumption of raw milk can interfere with the kidneys, causing paralysis and even death.
Raw milk is milk from cows, goats, sheep, or other animals that have not been pasteurized. This means that the milk (as well as any butter, cheese or yoghurt made from it) has not been heated and tend not set to kill harmful bacteria such as E. coli.
Milk pasteurization technologies emerging since the 1800s and is an efficient way to ensure the milk can last longer and eliminate some of the negative risks.
The monitoring body of food in the United States (FSA or the Food Standards Agency) has warned of the dangers of untreated milk and an American study has also claimed that raw milk makes one 100 times more likely to get sick than those who consume milk that has been pasteurized.
According to the FSA, it is best to avoid raw milk products, especially if you have a weakened immune system or are pregnant - babies and children are also advised to avoid consumption of raw milk. Similarly, as reported by The Sun.