Living Healthy in Brooklyn

No Corn, No Grain Simply Grass-Fed Cows Just The Way Nature Intended

Maple Hill Creamery certified grass-fed organic milk has to be one of my top selections when it comes to milk. It does not contain any hormones, antibiotics, GMOs nor additives. This grade A gluten-free whole milk is ultra-pasteurized and homogenized. When your milk is ultra-pasteurized it simply means that the milk is heated to approximately 280 degrees Fahrenheit for 2 seconds then quickly allowing it to chill back down to its original temperature. This process ensures that 99.9% of the bacteria in the milk is eliminated. Maple hill whole milk is also homogenized which is the process whereby fat molecules are broken down but isn’t separated.

The founder of Maple hill creamery Tim Joseph ensures that cows “thrive on just grass.” Maple Hill also aims to create a happy lifestyle on the healthiest pastures for cows as well as a stable financial system for its farmers. This family own business has been established since 2009 and is dedicated to producing delicious organic dairy products.

This creamery has  150 calories, 390 milligrams of calcium, 8 grams of fat, 120 milligrams of sodium, 12 grams of carbohydrate, 11 grams of sugar, 357 milligrams of potassium, 0.15 milligrams of iron and 8 grams of protein.

It is recommended to intake 2,000 calories a day in order to maintain a healthy daily diet. If you are lactose tolerant and need to build muscles, strong teeth and bones milk can be your solution. Milk fuels your body with nine essential nutrients which aid in maintaining our overall health such as B12, potassium, niacin, calcium, vitamin D, vitamin A, phosphorus, and protein.

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2 thoughts on “No Corn, No Grain Simply Grass-Fed Cows Just The Way Nature Intended

  1. Vital information to all. Who consume milk, so important milk is in our daily intake. The body deserves the best
    Thank you for your concern
    Grass fed cow milk is truly the best.

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