| | | | |

Edmonton, Alberta: You’ll be seeing more ticks this spring

March 28th, 2016 CTV Alberta Primetime

Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation director and PhD candidate Janet Sperling is interviewed by CTV’s Alberta Primetime

Watch TV interview

Stay safe in the outdoors

Your support can change lives

Get our news and updates by email

Similar Posts


  1. Dr. Klighardt says Lyme is in all milk cows and found in all milk, even pasteurized:


    “Unpasteurized milk. That’s a big one. Because pasteurizing milk makes it almost undigestible for most of us and not pasteurizing it is —- from all the cows that we ever tested – they were infected with Lyme Disease. You are not going to find a single cow in the US without having Ehrlichiosis, Babesia and Lyme Disease. I tested through a friend, a vet, many cows. He could not find a single one that is not infected. So cow’s milk has Lyme Disease in it. If you pasteurize it, most of the Lyme bugs die, not all of them, some of them in cysts, and you get the Lyme cysts and they survive into you. “

  2. Paradoxically, some raw milk proponents have said that unpasteurized milk has fewer pathogens because of the cow’s own antibodies and natural milk enzymes which are killed by the pasteurization process.

Comments are closed.