Americans consume approximately 96 billion glasses of dairy milk per year. With so many choices, you might be confused which type might be best for you.
Family medicine physician Dr. Rachael Ross says milks (including almond, soy and coconut varieties) vary in fat, sugar, calcium and protein content. So, it’s important to understand what your particular nutritional needs are and research which product best suits those needs.
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Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon adds that dairy milk is a great source for protein and vitamins A, B and D. Additionally, with options like low-fat, skim, and lactose-free, individuals who prefer dairy milk have more choices than ever to find a product that is right for them.
Learn more about milk and how to find the best product for you and your family:
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