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  • #46
    Originally posted by Paleobird View Post
    January, 2010 : Mark's Definitive Guide to Dairy : The Definitive Guide to Dairy | Mark's Daily Apple

    I think forum "wisdom" may have had a beef with dairy but Mark has always been agnostic about it.

    Passing up such a good source of K2 is silly. A cheese omelet cooked in butter is your K2 right there. Tastier than a supplement pill too.
    I'm not anti-dairy for everyone, but that definitive guide is not really a ringing endorsement. He just says he is not sure about it and that raw dairy is probably best.
    Using low lectin/nightshade free primal to control autoimmune arthritis. (And lost 50 lbs along the way )

    http://www.krispin.com/lectin.html

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    • #47
      Originally posted by jammies View Post
      I'm not anti-dairy for everyone, but that definitive guide is not really a ringing endorsement. He just says he is not sure about it and that raw dairy is probably best.
      I didn't say it was a ringing endorsement. That's why I used the term agnostic.
      For me, dairy works great as long as it is A2, raw A1, or fermented. Everything else gives me stuffed up sinuses. Someone else might be perfectly fine with lots of all kinds of dairy. Someone else might have serious digestive issue with only a tiny drop of any kind of dairy. I think leaving it agnostic makes a lot of sense.

      But the original reason this came up was K2. Even if you can't tolerate any dairy there are still eggs and meat.

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      • #48
        Tallow has K2, and don't many organs as well? I don't think you need dairy at all to get what's in it.
        Crohn's, doing SCD

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        • #49
          You need to look very closely at the levels of K2 in non-grassfed/non-pastured eggs, butter and meat products (long story... I don't have access to grassfed yet), as they are drastically lower than grassfed products. I supplement K2 until I can get those into my diet and feel confident that I'm not deficient.

          I have enough family heart disease history to want to make sure the calcium goes into my teeth and bones and not into the walls of my arteries. Again, if you are eating quality whole foods you probably won't have this problem.
          Last edited by Beefy; 06-28-2012, 12:41 PM.

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