Skimmed Milk Nutrition Facts

Skimmed Milk

Skimmed milk became more popular in the US in the 1980s as people began to pay more attention to how much fat they were drinking. Many people believed that increasing your fat intake would result in your body storing more fat, which would lead to a weight increase. Nonfat milk has gained popularity as a substitute since it contains fewer calories and fat than whole milk. Whole milk has a bad reputation because it has higher saturated fat and could raise cholesterol. The two forms of cholesterol are LDL, or “bad” cholesterol, and HDL, or “good” cholesterol. Consuming whole milk …

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