It may have a slim profile, but low-fat dairy packs a nutritional punch that's good for the heart, kidneys and much more, recent studies show. Industry observers say the findings could help promote low- or no-fat dairy products, and undo some of the misperceptions that still plague many products. “A lot of people think that if you take the fat out of milk, you're also taking out the nutrients, and that's just not the case at all,” said Lori Hoolihan, nutrition research specialist with the ...

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