Study sees benefit in school switch to low-fat milk

01/29/2010 | United Press International

A study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concludes that students consume fewer calories per school day after schools begin offering low-fat and fat-free milk. The New York City Department of Education's switch from full-fat milk in 2005 saved each milk-drinking student 6,000 calories and 600 fat grams a year, the report says.

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