What is the difference between fresh lemon juice and lemon juice that you buy in a bottle from a grocery store? Besides additives in the store-bought juice, there are living enzymes in the fresh juice.
Fresh lemon juice has living enzymes in it for the first 30 minutes or so after you press it. When you go to digest food, you need enzymes to digest your food. Many people put fresh lemon juice on fish, salads, chicken, and soups.
Crackers from the box have no enzymes in them. The digestive enzymes must be supplied by your body. Every time you eat totally dead food, your body must supply the enzymes itself. Your bodies' enzymes get depleted until you are not benefiting from the food you eat because you are not actually digesting it.
Raw foods, such as raw carrots, raw leafy greens, raw apples, fresh lemon juice, and yes raw milk, contain natural enzymes, essential for our bodies' digestive processes.
Many women express their breastmilk into containers for bottlefeeding. Many people use juicers to make their own orange juice. I squeeze my own lemons to make fresh lemonade. I would not dream of boiling any of these things before I use them.
If you are considering drinking raw milk, ask yourself when was the last time that you ate other raw foods. Think about the taste of freshly squeezed orange juice versus the bottled, pasteurized juice from the store. The difference in quality is amazing. Much of that difference has to do with the living characteristics of the food, enzymes being one of many!