In terms of nutrition, is there anything milk provides that cheese doesn't? Watch

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I'm on a diet, have been cutting milk. Think I'll go back but am just wondering if while cutting calories by taking milk out, also varying milks, but eating cheese, I miss anything? Like I know cheese has some enzyme that's in matured food that milk doesn't have, so would I miss anything key if I got the dairy from cheese but not milk?
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(Original post by SaucissonSecCy)
I'm on a diet, have been cutting milk. Think I'll go back but am just wondering if while cutting calories by taking milk out, also varying milks, but eating cheese, I miss anything? Like I know cheese has some enzyme that's in matured food that milk doesn't have, so would I miss anything key if I got the dairy from cheese but not milk?
https://foodstruct.com/compare/cheese-vs-milk

I believe its all the extra fat you get with cheese.
Also cheese is calorie dense, so you get a lot less of it.
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Never realised it had all that extra calcium, selenium or zinc. Pretty surprising.
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