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    Low carb milk in Oz?

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    The US has Fairlife - a full cream milk with 50% less sugar. Anyone seen an equivalent here? Make your own from cream?

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    Lactose free milk? (Lactose being a sugar, i.e. a simple carbohydrate)

    Edit: appears not http://livehealthy.chron.com/levels-...milk-5217.html

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    Curious, why do you want low carb, is this just to cut calories or is it something else?

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    Fill glass halfway with milk. Top up with water = 50% of the fat, carbs and cost!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJack View Post
    Lactose free milk? (Lactose being a sugar, i.e. a simple carbohydrate)

    Edit: appears not The Levels of Carbs in Different Varieties of Milk | Chron.com
    Yep - I checked out lactose free milks but the carbs were the same. Good read though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrFreddofrog View Post
    Curious, why do you want low carb, is this just to cut calories or is it something else?
    Just keeping carbs to about 30g a day for a few months to power off some stubborn weight. Calories not an issue. Have gone to piccolo lattes but miss the 6oz latte.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonko View Post
    Just keeping carbs to about 30g a day for a few months to power off some stubborn weight. Calories not an issue. Have gone to piccolo lattes but miss the 6oz latte.
    My fat is also very stubborn. It has a stronger will to exist than my will to remove it....

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    Might be easier to lay off the chips.



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