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    How does cream rate compared to milk? I can't believe I managed to lose so much weight previously while being so clueless

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    Can anyone recommend a dessert? Preferably chocolate

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    Cream is much much lower carb than milk so I do think it does matter. LCHF promotes cream so why not have it I by our coffee. According to Christine Coronu cream and butter everything.

    You can get high quality organic cream that is very high fat and low carbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Can anyone recommend a dessert? Preferably chocolate
    I have sugar free chocolate after dinner. I get the sugarless Co 30g bars. I buy them from the local Farmer Jacks supermarket or from the chemist. 1 x 30g bar has 2 or 3 grams of carbs.

    http://www.sugarlessco.com/our-produ...chocolate.html

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    I dont have money to be able to read into that link, bu tfor me, i have to be concerned about cholesterol and heart health as there is a history there.

    Are carbs lower in full fat milk compared to low fat milk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilypily View Post
    Cream is much much lower carb than milk so I do think it does matter. LCHF promotes cream so why not have it I by our coffee. According to Christine Coronu cream and butter everything.

    You can get high quality organic cream that is very high fat and low carbs.
    Milk usually has about 5 grams of carbs per 100ml and cream has about 2 or 3 grams of carbs per 100ml so I wouldn't say cream is that much lower in carbs, but lower yes.

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    Ahh ok i see the free info stuff on the site.

    I guess im just going to have to disagree, my father has had several massive heart attacks from age 37 onwards, his life has been saved by lowering his cholesterol and avoiding saturated fats.

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    Carbs in 250ml of:

    Whole milk - 11.4 grams of carbohydrate

    2 % milk - 11.7
    1 % milk - 11.6
    Fat-free (skim) milk - 11.9
    Buttermilk - 11.7
    Goat's milk - 10.9
    Half and Half - 10.4
    Light Cream - 7.1
    Heavy Cream - 6.6

    Evaporated milk (canned) - 25.3
    Nonfat evaporated - 29.0
    Sweetened condensed milk - 166 (not a typo)

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