Raw cream from legal local raw dairy.
I love the raw cream that comes around in the spring when it's calving season and there's plenty of extra milk.
I use cream for my coffee mainly, and I enjoy a small spoonful for breakfast. I even give just a tad to my dog.
We are mammals and cream is fine for most people as it contains little lactose sugar. Humans generally can create their own lipase enzymes for fats whereas many cannot produce the lactase enzyme for the milk sugars in pasteurized milk. Cream contains very little lactose sugar anyway. But raw cream will contain lipase to help digest the fats.
These are healthy fats the brain and heart require. Humans need a lot of these fats and should avoid modern polyunsaturated fats in many new refined vegetable oils.
Real cream for babies!
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