Light or skim milk is full of things that can be harmful to the body, and contains virtually no nutritional value. There is nothing wrong with full cream dairy milk - the trick is to buy it as close to its original source as possible and made from cows that live a healthy and happy life!
No. I attended a discussion on the process of milk, and light milk is the water extract from the milk products. It may have lower fat count, however it was said that the fat molecules are easier to absorb into the blood stream adding to the increase to heart disease. So, to be safe than sorry, I try to keep to as many natural products as possible.
Is light milk different from skimmed milk? I don't drink milk of any sort; the only time I use it is in baking, in which case I used unsweetened almond milk. Both my parents drink skimmed milk with their tea.
I drink full cream in my tea but don't really have cups of milk these days. My kids drink full cream but when I've bought light by accident they haven't mentioned noticing a difference. I don't really like light foods as they tend to have sugar added to account for the loss of flavour in the fat.
I also, after reading some of these answers may switch to full cream, may do some google research and see what "they" say… I have been drink the U2 low fat milk, although expensive, feel okay drinking that...
I can't stand milk, chocolate milk is okay but it can hardly be considered milk. There is just something about taste, and the after taste which is many times worse than the actual taste. I just can't drink it anymore.