What is the differences and Health Benifits between 2%, Whole, and Skim Milk?
I'm working on a research paper about dairy products and I'm having trouble finding the differences and health benifits with 2%, Whole, and Skim Milk. When ever I do a search on the internet all I get are recipes... So what are the differences and health benefits? P.S. If you reply I'll give you an invisible cookie. It should arrive at your house in four to eight years unless you live in the United States, then it should take about forty years to arrive.
Asked By: landers94 - 6/15/2006
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Whole milk is what is called a complete food, because each ingredient plays its part. Without the fat, you can't digest the protein or absorb the calcium. The body needs saturated fat in particular (monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fat can't do the job) to take in the calcium that makes bones strong. Milk fat also... More
Answered By: Linda S - 6/15/2006
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It has to do with the nutrients found in the fat. The more fat, the more nutrients. The less something is processed, the more the natural nutrients are in it. Also, all milk as other key nutrients.
Answered By: Phoenix - 6/16/2006
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