Grassfed milk

What you eat and drink makes a huge difference in your body.  One health food we produce on the farm is unpasteurized, unhomogenized, real, raw milk from 100% Grassfed Jersey cows. It still has the cream on the top and we carefully put it into in a cold glass container for your drinking pleasure. 

Health Benefits of Raw Grassfed Milk 

Grassfed Milk seems to be new fitness fad with scores of health conscious shoppers actively looking for Grassfed Milk while shopping in their favorite grocery stores. If the term “Grassfed Milk” seems new to you and you are wondering what the heck it is, here is the fact. You must have seen most of the milk cartons having the picture of cows contentedly grazing on grass? In realty almost 85 to 95 percent cows are raised in confinement, not on pasture. So what you see on carton is just a marketing gimmick, not the realty. Moreover they are not fed grasses, but grains. Ironically, U.S. could feed 800 million people with grain that livestock eat. Many would argue that it’s not practical to produce enough milk by feeding grass alone. However, according to Pimentel’s report – Livestock Production: Energy Inputs and the Environment, with only grass-fed livestock, Americans still will get more than their recommended daily allowance of meat and dairy protein. Here are some of the benefits of having Grassfed Milk.

Health Benefits of Raw Grassfed Milk

Grassfed Milk seems to be new fitness fad with scores of health conscious shoppers actively looking for Grassfed Milk while shopping in their favorite grocery stores. If the term “Grassfed Milk” seems new to you and you are wondering what the heck it is, here is the fact. You must have seen most of the milk cartons having the picture of cows contentedly grazing on grass? In realty almost 85 to 95 percent cows are raised in confinement, not on pasture. So what you see on carton is just a marketing gimmick, not the realty. Moreover they are not fed grasses, but grains. Ironically, U.S. could feed 800 million people with grain that livestock eat. Many would argue that it’s not practical to produce enough milk by feeding grass alone. However, according to Pimentel’s report – Livestock Production: Energy Inputs and the Environment, with only grass-fed livestock, Americans still will get more than their recommended daily allowance of meat and dairy protein. Here are some of the benefits of having Grassfed Milk.

Grassfed butter

Grassfed butter has more carotene because it comes from cows that eat fresh vegetation rich in the stuff. Vitamin K2 is another vital component of grass-fed butter. Grassfed cows produced butter imbued with significant levels of the all-important vitamin K2.

Grassfed dairy products have Flavor

Grass-fed butter tastes objectively better using any parameter like creaminess, smoothness, richness etc. Yellow grass-fed butter can be eaten and enjoyed like candy, while grain-fed comes off as watery and unnatural.

Grassfed Milk is heart healthy

All this while you must have heard that eating full-fat dairy products increases the risk of heart attack, but there are studies in support of Grassfed Milk coming up that suggest that Grassfed Milk are not only nutritious but they are also heart healthy. A recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that full-fat dairy products are helpful in reducing the risk of heart attack, provided the cows are Grassfed. The reason is Grassfed Milk is up to five times more conjugated linoleic acid or CLA.

Grassfed Milk prevents cancer

Milk from grassfed cows has hidden benefits, for example they have cancer-fighting properties. CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) is found naturally in Grassfed Milk and has cancer-fighting properties.

Essential Fatty acids

Cows raised on pasture produce milk fat with an omega 6 to omega 3 ratio of 1. However, on the other hand, grain-fed cows, produce a ratio tilted heavily towards omega 6. Grassfed Milk helps to balance the essential fats in your diet. Omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids are the two fats important for your good health. Our diet is typically overloaded with omega-6 fatty acids while deficient in omega-3s. This potentially upsets the critical balance. That’s because grain and soy have more omega-6 fatty acids. Switching to Grassfed Milk helps to correct the balance.

I hope you can find this info encouraging. Please take charge of your health by discipling yourself to eat intentionally. 

Extra reading for you:

Dr. Mercola on allergies and raw milk

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