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Interesting article about whole milk

Discussion in 'Everything Else Homestead Living' started by cabinguy, Jul 19, 2018.

  1. Jul 19, 2018
    cabinguy

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    Very interesting. Of course, the extra calories in full-fat dairy still need to be burned off instead of feeding fat cells.
    Full fat has another advantage though- it keeps you from feeling hunger pangs for a longer period. Some studies have found that the people that "graze"- several smaller meals- may actually be consuming more total calories per day than people that limit themselves to 2-3 larger meals.
     
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    The thing that stands out in the article is in the 70's the avg. milk consumption was 30 gals / person and now its 18 gals /person. By 2020 nut milks sales will grow by 50 %. We have so many choices when we go to grocery store how many people really understand what they are purchasing ? Organic grass feed milk that's UTH pasteurized self life 9 mths https://www.foodrenegade.com/just-say-no-to-uht-milk/.
     

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