There's no doubt that milk does the body good, but when it comes to organic vs. nonorganic, many wonder which does the body better. New research may finally put that debate to rest. A recent study found that whole organic milk contains more omega-3 fatty acids, which play a large part in heart health. Omega-3s offer other benefits, especially for children who are more likely to drink milk than eat fish and flaxseed. The fatty acid aids in cognitive development and growth and lowers their chance of developing asthma and diabetes.
To learn more about the study, read the full story at the Huffington Post.