Many U.S. children do not drink low-fat milk, CDC says

09/16/2011 | HealthDay News

A CDC report says 73% of children drink milk, but only 20% choose low-fat options such as skim or 1%. Older children and teens were more likely than younger children to drink low-fat milk, but the authors wrote that overall, the data show that most do not follow dietary guidelines that all children older than 2 drink low-fat milk.

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