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Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Woman's Hour: Joanna Blythman has converted Jane Garvey to whole milk.

Joanna Blythman has converted Jane Garvey to whole milk. Well done, Joanna! This Woman's Hour item today may have persuaded some listeners at home, not just Jane, to change from semi-skimmed to whole milk. Like Jane, they may have swallowed the Government's line that whole milk is high in fat and that that fat is not good for us. Joanna explained that whole milk is not at all high in fat, and that in any case, the fat in milk contains the fat-soluble vitamins, one of which is vitamin D, the vitamin that research increasingly finds most people to be short of, so whole milk is better for us than semi-skimmed or skimmed milk. Jane and her family are now luxuriating in whole milk, rather than the nutritionally inferior semi-skimmed. Maybe you would like to consider swapping too?

1 comment:

  1. I remember listening to Woman's Hour and a few days later someone contradicted Joanna Blytheman by saying she had got it wrong about whole milk. I can't remember what she said, but I think it was along the lines of whole milk contains very little vitamin D. "There is very little vitamin D in milk and in fact only trace amounts" (from a website). I regard Joanna Blythman as a menace, she doesn't know what she's talking about.