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Raw milk??

comedycentral

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i have knocked regular store bought milk on the head about 6 months ago. i have finally located a place that delivers raw organic milk that is not to expensive.

it appears that the fat in raw milk seems to be heart healthy and full of omega 3's etc so my question is for off season bulking would people just go for full fat or the semi skimmed etc (i think you call it 2% in the usa)
 

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i have knocked regular store bought milk on the head about 6 months ago. i have finally located a place that delivers raw organic milk that is not to expensive.

it appears that the fat in raw milk seems to be heart healthy and full of omega 3's etc so my question is for off season bulking would people just go for full fat or the semi skimmed etc (i think you call it 2% in the usa)
In order for the omega 3's to be in the proper ratio with the omega 6's the cow will have had to have been grass fed-not corn fed. Either way there are fats that would be better for you in terms of healthy fats such as olive oil and flax seed.
 

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