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There are different varieties of cows, with differing fat content in their milk. I also think that the cow's diet can affect fat levels too.


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Mayflowers!   You can can't you?!!! You've been here so long I would assume you could stay off of it!!  


I was never a real dairy lover.. I don't even like ice cream that much..I just ate cheese...but I'm a grain lover...wheat..the most.  Dr. D never took me off wheat. He thinks I'm ok on wheat but I myself feel sluggish on wheat. I'm trying to cut back at least.  I would go off it ok and then when under stress it's  a comfort food...
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there is hardly any lactose or casein (protein) in cream, so it may work better than milk or yoghurt. The other issue to consider with dairy is how it affects the liver, gall bladder, pancreas! and does it produce excessive mucus in your own system, wihich then may clog up the colon, sinuses and lead to a cold, flu? or just make one feel a bit slowed down and gloggy!  I love double cream myself, but only a small amount at a time. And in Ayurvedic philosophy, dairy foods pacify vata - ie calm the nervous system, many people are told to drink milk to induce a good night's sleep!.. Raw goat's milk is ok for me, it is unpasteurised and nice to drink warmed up with a little ground spice ie tumeric, cumin, cinnamon or aniseed mixed in.
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