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Milk and milk alternatives

August 5, 2014
By Katie Wilhelmi , The Journal

I recently attended a meeting where I overheard someone saying low-fat milk was "loaded with sugar, because they need to replace the fat they take out with something." While this might be the case for some low-fat foods, such as salad dressings and ice creams, it is not the case for milk. We have both 2 percent and skim milk at our house, and the ingredient list is the same for both gallons: Grade A pasteurized milk, Vitamin A and Vitamin D.

 
 

 

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