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Old 10-01-2011, 11:34 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by 5kgLifter View Post
I don't think the fat content of milk would be an issue for those wanting to lose weight, just don't have as much of the full-fat stuff. Studies have also shown that people who drink milk tend to have lower bodyfat counts than those that don't; so, milk choc shake/drinks all the way! (if you're not intolerant/allergic, of course)
would like to see these studies. You have links?

In US, Over The Moon makes a no fat chocolate milk that I love, problem is all the stores that used to carry it around here have stopped carrying it.

http://www.overthemoonmilk.com/products/chocolate.aspx
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