for weight loss whats better 1% or 2% or whole milk?
(2lbs per week, Healthy weight loss, no starving)
You can always try soymilk and rice milk as an alternative.
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No milk at all to be honest. Milk is bad for humans anyway and if on weight loss you should probably substitute milk altogether for something else.
If you really must have milk go for the lowest fat one you can find, but know that in weight loss and weight gain fat is together to balance out several things.
Non fat or 1% would have less calories per serving and less fat content, if that's what you're asking, and if you are reducing your calorie intake or simply watching what you eat, then a lower fat content milk would help.