Heidi, A Story About Children, Love and Raw Milk
The story of Heidi in light of Weston A. Price
Date: 11/29/2009 12:12:10 AM ( 12 y ) ... viewed 1886 times
by Sylvia Onusic,
Hartke is Online!
"Most people know the story of Heidi, the five-year old Swiss girl who lived high up in the Alps, drank raw goat’s milk, ate raw cheese and dark bread, and ran wild outdoors with her friend, Peter. Heidi is famous for her vibrant health, happiness, and sunny disposition. Johanna Spyri, the daughter of a Swiss village doctor, who wrote the story in 1880, could never have imagined the success and popularity her book would enjoy. In those times, doctors used raw milk as a health and curative food. Heidi became a world-wide success story already at the end of the 19th century and remains the most popular work of Swiss literature today. More than 50 million copies have been sold in 50 languages. The story is so beloved because it talks about the goodness of nature, natural foods, healthy children, and love and compassion. We are probably most familiar with the film Heidi, made popular by the famous child actress, Shirley Temple."
Also at this hartkeisonline.com page after the article is a free downloadable copy of Heidi!
Dr. Dale Jacobson, DC talked about "Heidi" on "Raw Milk: The Whole Truth":
about eight and a half minutes into this clip.
See a Total of Six "Raw Milk" Video Clips:
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