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alper Oxidized cholesterol contributes to the buildup of plaque in the arteries,” says the NaturalHealth365 piece.

processed foods and adhesives, paints and other industrial products. Casein fibers extracted from skim milk soon replaced fur in hats and were used to upholster car seats.”

Yet manufacturers are not required to disclose it because it’s all just milk, right?

As for the perception that because of its reduced fat, skim and low fat milks are healthier, buyer beware! These milk products contain powdered milk, which dairy manufacturers are not required by the FDA to disclose on their labels, although it’s important to note that in the manufacturing process of powdered milk, “liquid milk is forced through tiny holes at very high pressure, which causes the cholesterol in the milk to oxidize. May 2017

Riiight. So, contrary to what people have been led to believe, low- and non-fat milks are not healthier, do not help people weight-loss regimens, and low- and nonfat dairy products have no real nutritional value, since the vitamins and minerals found in milk are fat soluble. - 115 -

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