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    Quote Originally Posted by heplusme View Post
    Sugar is much worse then fat though.
    I don't know? I don't think fat nor sugar are bad. All in moderation 😊

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    Full fat everything.

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    I'm definitely for full fat. I found the additional amount of sugar in a lot of low fat things worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    If you look at the labels you'll see that the skim milk is higher in sugars (they have to replace the fat with something to make it tasty).
    There is no added sugar in skim milk. I thought it was important to point out.

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    We are a skim milk household. We don't drink much milk though. We get it as it is what the kids will drink for taste with their milo in the morning.

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    I use full fat dairy, i dont drink much actual milk so i figure may as well use the full fat milk that i give the kids for the small amount i have myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    There is no added sugar in skim milk. I thought it was important to point out.
    Nope but the sugar content is usually slightly higher than full cream milk

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    Full fat everything. It's a no-brainer for me.

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    I read a great book years ago called the fertility diet. It said full fat dairy. It worked for us for DS but we ended up needing ivf for DD and current pregnancy.

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    Skim or semi skim here, I don't like the taste of full fat. We only have it in coffee/tea and DS only has a small amount on his breakfast. I don't think either type is better, worse or healthier than the other. Just drink the one you prefer the taste of! 😊


 

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