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Which is better, whole milk, 2% skim milk or 1% milk on regular basis with respect to the cholosterol ?

Which one is better whole milk, 2% skim milk or 1% milk on regular basis with respect to the cholosterol
Sun, 15 Jan 2012
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skimmed milk is better than the other two type milks in caloryvise and saturated fat content (both are very low in skimmed milk & highest in whole milk).hope that it will help you
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