Topic: low-fat

Rethinking Skim Milk: Low Fat Doesn’t Necessarily Mean More Nutritious

Rethinking Skim Milk: Low Fat Doesn't Necessarily Mean More Nutritious

It seems obvious: Swapping skim milk for 2% or whole milk is the healthy decision. After all, skim milk contains the same nutrients as the full-fat stuff, but with less calories and less fat. But the diet dairy choice might not be as good for you as it was once thought. A number of nutritionists, researchers and health experts have begun making the case that whole milk is the most nutritious dairy milk option. Here are three reasons why you might want to rethink skim milk. More »