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One big advantage of organic milk has over regular milk is its shelf life. Most brands of organic milk are sterilized at very high temperatures (around 280 F), so it can keep for up to two months.

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At Trader Joe’s half a gallon of organic milk costs $3.99 while regular milk costs $1.99. So organic milk is $2 or 100% more expensive than regular milk. Still we can afford it.

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Organic milk contains more heart-healthy fatty acids than regular milk, says study author Charles Benbrook, a research professor at the Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources at ...

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The term organic refers to a process of food production that is natural and healthy; without use of any synthetic substances, fertilizers, hormones, etc. Organic milk is one of the most popular organic products.

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Though organic milk will have a very similar nutritional profile to regular milk (including stores of vitamin D, protein, magnesium, calcium, potassium, and vitamin B12), there are also some added benefits with this variety.

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The basic difference between organic milk and regular milk is that organic milk is from cows that are fed only natural grasses and vegetation, Regular milk, on the other hand, is from cows that have less freedom to roam and are fed corn and other grain diets.

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Organic dairy cows are fed organic feed, have stricter guidelines pertaining to outdoor grazing access, and the milk they produce while taking antibiotics is kept out of the milk supply for a longer period time (beyond the regulated wait time).

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Recent research on organic milk vs. regular milk shows just that: Organic milk contains a healthier ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids, which is important for a variety of health conditions. Get Your Nutrition Guide

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Cup for cup, organic and regular milk contain the same nine essential nutrients--such as calcium, vitamin D and potassium--that make dairy products an essential part of a healthy diet. Organic labeling is not a measure of the quality or safety of a product.

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One of the key questions these days is whether we should hand over the extra cash for organic milk. It’s important to know exactly what we’re getting when we buy organic milk vs. non-organic milk (which we’ll call “conventional” milk for the purpose of this story).