Clearly the answer is yes, and expert after expert line up in the article to say goodbye to the outdated fear of saturated fat.
Unfortunately the article ends with a silly quote from Marion Nestle. “It does not matter” what milk you drink, she says, as long as the rest of your diet is “reasonable”. This could even be interpreted as including the common flavored milks with more sugar than soda. Nestle then tops it off with the biggest cliché of the field.
Perhaps Nestle is feeling bad about mistakenly recommending skim milk during an entire career, I don’t know. But using that sorry excuse you can eat any garbage at any time, arguing that the rest of your diet is probably “reasonable” anyway.
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