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Whole milk is an excellent source of calcium, protein and Vitamin D. Its fat content gives it a higher calorie count than reduced-fat or skim milk. More »

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WebMD and the American Diabetes Association are two sources containing information related to the relationship between carbohydrates and diabetes. Carbohydrates impact the level of insulin in a person's body at a given t... More »

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The nutrition label on milk contains a list of nutrients in 1 cup of milk, including calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium, potassium, carbohydrates, protein and vitamins. Also included are the recommended daily allowance p... More »

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Foods high in calcium content include milk, yogurt and cheese. In addition, sardines, soybeans, and dark leafy green vegetables are also good calcium sources. Certain types of bread, cereal and orange juice are fortified... More »

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Milk is a great source of calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and protein, which are all essential for healthy bone growth and development. Adequate consumption of milk and dairy from early childhood and throughout life can h... More »

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Vitamin A palmitate is a vitamin additive that is added to milk to help increase the amount of vitamins that are removed from milk. It is generally only added to fat free and reduced fat milk which has had vitamins remov... More »

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There are not many natural foods that contain vitamin D, but the National Institute of Health recommends eating fatty fish, fish liver oil, beef liver, egg yolks and cheese for vitamin D. Vitamin D can also be found in f... More »

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