vitamins A, D, K, F, E and calcium are all fat soluble. If you have fat free milk that is fortified with these vitamins and calcium, it is very unlikely that you will absorb them.
In theory, the only difference between whole milk and fat free milk is less fat, but the nutrient content supposidly stays the same.
Now, if we are comparing to RAW milk, that is a totally different story. We are not comparing pasteurized milk to RAW milk. It should make sense that any time food is processed, especially with heat, enzymes, bacteria and some nutrients are destroyed. RAW milk, although sometimes considered unsafe to drink, is complete with all the fats, proteins, vitamins, bacteria (good bacetria), enzymes and nutrients. For more information, check this site:
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