Wellness - Nutrition | 1-18 yrs

Is Low-fat Milk Better Than Normal Milk?

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Milk is considered the complete food for children as it is full of nutrients. Did you know there are different types of milk?

More and more people are choosing to opt for skimmed milk as it is lower in fat and calories and higher in calcium than normal milk. But, is it better than normal milk?

This ClipBook tries to find out whether this is true or whether low-fat milk is really the healthier option.


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