Dairy for Athletes: Friend or Foe
Some love it, others can't stand it. Do dairy products make good fuel for athletes?
conducted in Wisconsin and Vermont, found that consumer are willing to pay as much as $3 more for organic milk and as much as $1.50 for milk labeled as being produced from cows not treated with growth hormones. As an added bonus, a recent Danish study reported that organic milk was, on average, higher in Vitamin E, beta-carotene, lutein and omega 3 essential fatty acids than conventionally produced milk. Deciding what type to include in your nutrition plan really comes down to your own personal preference.