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The Center for Food Safety estimates that approximately 60% of milk sold in the U.S. is already rbGH free. However, to make sure you minimize excess IGF-1 exposure, choose organic milk or milk that is marked as rbGH-free or “no artificial growth hormone added.” By law, milk that fits into these categories cannot come from cows who have received rbGH. As a bonus, organic milk also has a slightly higher protein content than conventional milk.
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Everyone knows water is good for you (and free of calories), but boosting it with some electrolytes can keep you better hydrated. Add a pinch of sea salt and half a lemon to an 8-ounce glass of water. The minerals from the salt will help your body hold onto the water for longer, and the lemon will add a tasty zest. Drink three of these a day to stay energized all day long.