Skim Milk Vs Fat Free Milk
Does the hormonal stimulation of human prostate cancer cells by cow milk in a petri dish translate out clinically in studies of human populations?
Fat-free skim milk is the quintessential staple of any health-conscious home in America. You’re supposed to drink skim because whole milk has too much fat, too many calories, and cholesterol that can give you heart disease.
Not too long ago, the only thing you could expect to drown your cereal in was whole cow’s milk. Now, cow’s milk comes in all sorts of varieties: whole milk, 2 percent, 1 percent, skim (fat-free), and even lactose-free milk.
You will find milk lovers defending their cow’s milk the same as you will find almond milk lovers defending their choice of milk; the truth is, almond milk and skim milk do have their differences.
There’s no shortage of low-fat dairy options in your grocery store. And we’ve certainly been programmed to reach for those low-fat and fat-free cheeses, yogurts and skim milk options over the years.
The dairy aisle is filled with milk choices: regular milk, 2-percent milk, 1-percent milk and skim milk. Chocolate milk, buttermilk and “milks”
What Are the Advantages of Milk & the Differences in Whole Milk Vs. Skim Milk Vs. 2 Percent Milk?
Skim milk contains protein, vitamins and minerals, but not a lot of fat.
I’ve been getting a lot of questions about the whole milk vs. low fat debate. Here’s an ultimate low-down on the best dairy for your health.
Almond milk and cow’s milk are both packed with nutrients, but pros and cons may exist for each. Many different types of cow’s and almond milks are available commercially, so it’s often difficult to determine which is the healthiest. The best choice for you depends on a variety of factors. Almond