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Old 02-19-2008, 05:06 PM   #41
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Not sure about the grains but quickly turning into a big fan of raw milk kefir. Find it is a real treat when blended with frozen berries and a drop of stevia. I'm still curious to find out the nutritional information for a glass of raw milk kefir. Searched the net but came up short (I know the sugar content is neglible since the lactose in it gets broken down by the fermentation process).

Anyway, curious Kelly, what does the grains taste like? dried yogurt snacks?
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Old 02-21-2008, 03:30 PM   #42
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so if i have 3/4 a cup of cottage cheese with 3 eggs every morning is that bad for me and my diet. i guess its regulat or pasturized cottage cheese 1%, i use it to get my calcium and to get more calories in the morning so im fuller longer. but is this little bit ok?
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Old 02-21-2008, 04:30 PM   #43
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Michael,
As to whether that amount is okay, it depends on the person and how they feel when they go off of dairy for a while and then re-introduce it.

Having two of the major food allergy/hypersensitivity groups every morning for breakfast isn't a great idea. More variety or using less allergenic foods would be a smart move.
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Old 02-21-2008, 07:01 PM   #44
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thanks, i also just read that scrambling your eggs makes them bad for you due to something with the oxydation of the cholesterol, so i think i am just going to eat 3 hard boiled and get some protein from another source like tuna, a protein shake, or eat a bunch of fruit. thank you for the replt though
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