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    I read somewhere that while milk is problematic, yogurt (because it's fermented dairy) is OK?

    Is that the correct view, in your opinion? I'm still considering eliminating milk, but keeping yogurt in my diet.

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    You just gotta figure out what works for you. Personally, milk causes some problems for me, but I'm fine with yogurt, cheese, and whey.
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    In my world Butter > Cream > Yoghurt > Milk. We let our kids have all of them, but only have butter and cream for ourselves.
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    Yogurt seems to be a lot less problematic in my opinion. Try and see which works better for you. Kefir is another good option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nburgraff View Post
    Yogurt seems to be a lot less problematic in my opinion. Try and see which works better for you. Kefir is another good option.
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    I eat butter, milk, sour cream, kefir/yogurt, cottage cheese, mozzarella cheese. It really depends on the person. I thought I should cut dairy long before primal and had problems initially when I reintroduced dairy into my life, but I'm so glad I did. Dairy is delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magicmerl View Post
    In my world Butter > Cream > Yoghurt > Milk. We let our kids have all of them, but only have butter and cream for ourselves.
    Hmmmm..... seems we live in the same reality. How nice!

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    Precessed milk from sick cows is not the same thing as raw milk from healthy cows. Read Mark's recent dairy throw-down, it was prety good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Knifegill View Post
    Precessed milk from sick cows is not the same thing as raw milk from healthy cows. Read Mark's recent dairy throw-down, it was prety good.
    I read Mark's thing on dairy. To me, it sounded like he was backing off from what I perceived to be an anti-dairy stance.

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    Well, Primal always did include dairy. If anything, the article seemed to scootch us from "moderation" to "enjoy without guilt within reason" territory.


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