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    I was watching the food network and saw a commercial for Omega 3 cheese by Silani. Does anyone know anything about that? Is it actually a good source of omega 3's? I think it might be good to add to the 'is it paleo' posts. Thanks!
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    i don't know anything about that cheese, but i'm sure mark would give it a good rundown in his "is it primal" series.

    if you're looking for cheese with a good omega balance, you should just look for grass fed cheese. kerrygold is a great brand that is usually available lots of places.
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    • #3
      grassfed is highest in omega 3's I think. But it's not a perfect 3:6 balance. I would just focus on saturated fats and limit PUFAs overall
      well then

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      • #4
        Originally posted by primalrob View Post
        i don't know anything about that cheese, but i'm sure mark would give it a good rundown in his "is it primal" series.

        if you're looking for cheese with a good omega balance, you should just look for grass fed cheese. kerrygold is a great brand that is usually available lots of places.
        Unfortunately I have not been able to find Kerrygold in Ontario... not sure about your part of Canada OP...

        I generally stick with Organic Meadows for cheese and milk.
        Last edited by Metric; 07-22-2012, 06:24 AM.

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        • #5
          I saw a comercial for Omega 3 eggs. There is no natural Omega 3 egg or chere. That is made using chemistry and it is far from healthy.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Metric View Post
            Unfortunately I have not been able to find Kerrygold in Ontario... not sure about your part of Canada OP...

            I generally stick with Organic Meadows for cheese and milk.
            I would agree that pasture-fed dairy is basically impossible to find commercially available in Ontario. Unless you can find an independent farm that sells small amounts to the public I suppose.

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            • #7
              I'm in Calgary, Alberta. I can easily find locally produced milk and cheese, but pasture fed... well, I doubt it. Right now I'm shunning cheese, except a bit of feta. I'd like to find a cheese I can eat a bit more of.
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