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Those who drank whole-fat milk also had higher levels of vitamin D, says lead study author Jonathon Maguire, MD, a pediatrician at St. Michael’s Hospital. “Children who drink lower-fat milk don’t have less body fat, and they also don’t benefit from the higher vitamin D levels in whole milk. It’s a double negative with low-fat milk” says Maguire .......






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