Posts Tagged ‘grass-fed’

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Health Benefits of Lamb, grass-fed

Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is a health supportive omega-6 fatty acid that has surprised researchers in terms of its health benefits. Since the average U.S. adult consumes too many omega-6 fatty acids in relationship to omega-3s, research studies often fail to show health benefits for increased amounts of individual omega-6 fatty acids. In addition, CLA […]

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Health Benefits of Beef, grass-fed

Grass-fed beef is one of our “10 Most Controversial WHFoods List.” What makes beef controversial is not the grass-fed part—it’s the food itself. Regardless of whether you choose grass-fed or non grass-fed, organic or non-organic, lean cuts or fattier cuts, this food remains controversial. Grass-fed beef is not a mandatory food for any meal plan. […]

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Health Benefits of Yogurt, grass-fed

Many types of yogurt are part of cuisines throughout the world. At WHFoods, we focus on yogurt that is made from the milk of grass-fed dairy cows. However, if you are interested in other types of yogurts, for example, non-dairy yogurts made from soy or coconut milk, you may want to go directly to our […]

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Health Benefits of Cow’s milk, grass-fed

Grass-fed cow’s milk is one of our “10 Most Controversial WHFoods List.” What makes cow’s milk controversial is not the grass-fed part—it’s the food itself. This food is controversial no matter which form of it you choose: grass-fed, non grass-fed, organic, non-organic, whole, 2%, or nonfat. Grass-fed cow’s milk is not a mandatory food in […]

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Health Benefits of Cheese, grass-fed

Grass-fed cheese is one of our “10 Most Controversial WHFoods List.” What makes cheese controversial is not the grass-fed part—it’s the food itself. This food is controversial no matter which form of it you choose: grass-fed, non grass-fed, organic, non-organic, reduced fat, or other forms. Grass-fed cheese is not a mandatory food in any meal […]