Skim Milk: The Bad, The Terrible, The Truly Ugly

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Skim Milk: The Bad, The Terrible, The Truly Ugly
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These days, there are no milkmen strolling up to each door with a container of milk in hand. It's all about selling in mass which means many of our dairy products are cultivated by machines, not by natural processes.

Many cows, chickens and other animals who play integral roles in the creation of cheese, yogurt, butter, milk and eggs (to name a few) are cooped up rather than roaming free on the farm. Is there reason to be concerned about this, especially when it comes to our food and health?

Check out our slideshow above to find out why one of these products, skim milk, should be on our health radar.