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    I went to a seminar thing by a woman called cyndi o'meara (spelling?) who talked a lot about eating foods as close to nature as possible. She advocates real milk over skim etc. you might be able to google her and find out more info, she is a dietician and something?!? Was interesting. I still drink skim though. Regular milk tastes too fatty for me now.

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    I haven't heard of this chemical thing. I drink A2 milk, skim at home because DP prefers it but I'm a skinnie minnie so I drink whole where I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Full fat dairy all the way here.

    I don't actually think fat is bad for you per se, I think low-fat processed food in general is worse
    1) because of the chemicals and
    2) because it isn't as satisfying so you want to consume more of it.
    This. I don't do reduced fat anything, totally gross and fake tasting. Any milk apart from full fat tastes like its watered down, gross gross gross.
    Your body is more satisfied by food in its full form, where if you had low fat or no fat alternatives your body will probably want more and more to get satisfaction. Or you just wouldnt feel guilty having more of a low fat or no fat alternative so are more likely to eat more.

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    We do full fat here too even use butter not margarine!

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    see we use marg. I cant find a butter we can actually spread without ripping the bread apart. Even devondale spreadable is too hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    We do full fat here too even use butter not margarine!
    Same! Never marg. Coconut oil preferably

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    We do full fat here too even use butter not margarine!
    Butter is so much nicer

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanandBoc View Post
    see we use marg. I cant find a butter we can actually spread without ripping the bread apart. Even devondale spreadable is too hard

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    I leave my butter in the cupboard in a Tupperware butter keeper thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    Same! Never marg. Coconut oil preferably
    I still haven't tried coconut oil!!

    We keep our butter in the cupboard too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    I still haven't tried coconut oil!!

    We keep our butter in the cupboard too
    Soooooo good for you


 

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