Pastured Cream Equivalent to Beef Fat
Is this accurate? For the past few weeks I've been pretty much doing one meal per day of meat and veggies, but in the late morning/early afternoon I have about a cup of heavy whipping cream (grass fed, organic, pasture-raised, all the good stuff) mixed with almond milk to make it last longer.
I've heard that grass fed heavy cream is essentially equivalent to good old, healthy animal fat... and behaves like animal fat in your system, rather than behaving like dairy (since all the sugars and proteins have been removed). Is this false? Am I sabotaging myself bigtime? (I keep my macros in check and my calories where they should be...)