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Dairy questions

Commented on November 29, 2013
Created October 13, 2013 at 8:03 PM

First, are there any non-fat brands that do not have sugar? Second, does it actually help with weight loss?

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on November 29, 2013
at 09:00 AM

Does full fat mean raw milk/cream?

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on October 13, 2013
at 08:29 PM

Non-fat dairy? That's like saying is there any non-fat cows...

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on October 13, 2013
at 08:24 PM

Sugar-free non-fat dairy for weight loss? What are you doing in here. You're talking to a bunch of non-dairy fat eaters, haha.

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on October 14, 2013
at 09:19 PM

You definitely need to go for full-fat dairy. There isn't really any need to drink milk; most of the dairy folks around here eat is either heavy cream, aged cheese, full fat yogurt, etc.

Skim and low-fat milk is really nothing more than sugar water in my opinion.

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on October 14, 2013
at 01:36 AM

Full fat dairy is better for you. Paleo or primal diet people who eat dairy tend to eat full fat.

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on November 29, 2013
at 09:00 AM

Does full fat mean raw milk/cream?

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on October 13, 2013
at 08:57 PM

you could try farmer's cheese. it has no carbs or lactose.it is made with lowfat milk though. it is very tasty and comes in a block but has the consistency of a harder cream cheese.

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on October 13, 2013
at 08:49 PM

Full fat yogurt is more satisfying, generally available with little to no additives and tastes a lot better than the phony goop with sugar or HFC. I don't eat it, but my wife and son are both daily eaters of the full fat and both are in great shape. I swear my son hasn't an ounce of fat on him.

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on October 13, 2013
at 08:28 PM

Non fat milk has a little bit of protein but it's mostly lactose. And lactose is a sugar. if you ferment it into yogurt a lot of the lactose converts into lactic acid reducing the glycemic effect.

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