Low-fat or fat-free milk is a great source of calcium because:
Is one type of milk better than the other?
Today, tweens and teens have more milk choices than ever before.
Most types of milk have approximately 300 mg of calcium per 8 fluid ounces (1 cup) – about 25 percent of the calcium that children and teenagers need every day.
The best choices are low-fat or fat-free milk and milk products. Because these items contain little or no fat, it’s easy to get enough calcium without adding extra fat to the diet.