Plain Grass-Fed Cow Milk Yogurt

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    Jtd0023
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    Is plain grass-fed cow milk yogurt okay? Or can it only be from sheep and goats?
    Thanks

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    raster
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    I don’t believe anyone on the forum has mentioned specifically that cow’s yogurt is not OK; but some people may be allergic to it. Much less people are allergic to goat’s milk.

    The main things to worry about are whether its organic or not, and whether you can tolerate yogurt or not.

    Greek yogurt contains less sugar (7-11g per serving) than most other regular yogurts. Goat yogurt may contain even less sugar but am unsure.

    -raster

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    Jtd0023
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    thanks raster!
    Is it okay to have a couple yogurts a day?

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    raster
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    I would try to keep the amount low initially when you are introducing it to your diet…maybe just a few spoonfuls at first. I would slowly work your way up to a larger serving size and more than one serving in time. In other words, you need to tread carefully and make sure that your body can handle it.

    -raster

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