2 Bites of Creamy, Full-Fat Yogurt (Or Cheese, Milk, etc.)

What yogurt is supposed to look like. Photo Credit: Larry Jacobsen

1. Without all of the naturally-occurring fat in dairy products, our bodies don't properly digest the protein, calcium or vitamins from them. Fat-free and low-fat dairy products don't make sense in the natural world.

2. In contrast to the propaganda peddled into westernized cultures for the past few decades, the truth remains that consuming naturally occurring saturated fat is actually, truly good for you. Naturally occurring means that it's produced by nature, not people.

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