# Compare the total kcalories, grams of fat, and percent kcalories from fat for 1 cup of whole milk, reduced-fat milk, ow-fat milk, and nonfat milk.

### Understanding Nutrition (MindTap C...

15th Edition
Eleanor Noss Whitney + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337392693

### Understanding Nutrition (MindTap C...

15th Edition
Eleanor Noss Whitney + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337392693

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## Compare the total kcalories, grams of fat, and percent kcalories from fat for 1 cup of whole milk, reduced-fat milk, ow-fat milk, and nonfat milk.

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To compare: The total kcalories, grams of fat, and percent kcalories from fat for one cup of whole milk, reduced-fat milk, low-fat milk and nonfat milk.

Introduction: Milk provides the proper amount of bone-building nutrients. Milk will provide calcium, protein, iodine, potassium, phosphorus, and vitamins B2 and B12. Milk is an important source of the protein because each glass of milk contains almost 8grams of proteins.

### Explanation of Solution

The amount of fat is the only difference between the whole milk and low fat milk. Non-fat milk which is also called as the skim milk is the most nutrient dense food. Low-fat milk and fat-free milk provides more protein, calcium, and other nutrients compare to their whole milk versions.

Tabular representation: The total kcalories, grams of fat and percent kcalories from fat for one cup of whole milk, reduced-fat milk, low-fat milk and non-fat milk are represented in Table.1.

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