The title here is a little bit misleading, since organic does not guarantee that the cows ate grass, just that they had access to it and any feed (aka corn) fed to them was also organic.
Key take aways from the article are:
– “Organic milk contains more heart-healthy fatty acids than regular milk, says study author Charles Benbrook, a research professor at the Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources at Washington State University.
[Too learn more about healthy fats, check out my previous post Getting the Right Amount of Good Fats is Important For Your Health]
– A diet containing too many omega-6 fatty acids and not enough omega-3s has been linked to heart disease, as well as cancer, inflammation and autoimmune diseases.
– If organic milk is out of your budget, conventional milk is still OK – but choose whole milk, rather than skim or 2 percent.
Use milk or yogurt in your smoothies? PLEASE BUY GRASS-FED ORGANIC DAIRY!Pin It