Milk is a source of essential nutrients such as protein, vitamins, and minerals. While many people opt for skim milk, believing it is healthier, recent research indicates that full fat milk may not pose health risks.
Dietary guidelines advise people to choose skim or low fat milk rather than whole milk. However, newer research calls this advice into question, suggesting that saturated fats do not cause heart disease.
This article explores three types of milk and their nutritional profiles. It also discusses the health benefits and potential risks of different kinds of cow’s milk and the research behind them.