Rich in protein, calcium and vitamin D, milk is certainly a nutritional powerhouse. But, consider choosing skim or 1 percent fat milk rather than whole milk. This can mean a nutritional savings of roughly 70 calories and 5 grams of saturated fat for each cup. If taste is a concern, gradually working your way down can help. Start with 2 percent milk and slowly switch to skim milk over time.
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