You may have heard that cheese was a staple of the Paleo diet, but when it was reintroduced to the diet, it was a completely different story.
The Paleo diet doesn’t typically include dairy products, but some people find it easier to incorporate cheese into their diets when it’s available in stores.
That’s because most dairy products come from animals that are raised on grain or dairy, and the more dairy a cow eats, the more it will produce milk.
When a cow’s milk is pasteurized, it becomes a more concentrated form of milk, which is what is produced by humans and is often used in the production of dairy products.
The problem is, cheese is not pasteurized.
In fact, cheese has no ability to get to pasteurized and is therefore not as well suited for Paleo diets.
This means that if you’re going to eat cheese, you may as well be using a cow-free cheese, which means you won