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Why is vitamin a put into fat-free and low-fat milk?

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Dr. Michael Manning
Ophthalmology

In brief: For Replacement

When milk is converted from whole milk to fat-free (skim) or low-fat milk, much of the vitamin a is removed as it is dissolved within the milk fat portion.
Vitamin a is replaced as it is important for good vision, immune function, and is has other health benefits.

In brief: For Replacement

When milk is converted from whole milk to fat-free (skim) or low-fat milk, much of the vitamin a is removed as it is dissolved within the milk fat portion.
Vitamin a is replaced as it is important for good vision, immune function, and is has other health benefits.
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