No. Powdered skim milk is added to 1% and 2% lowfat milk to make it taste better, yet this powdered milk is a source of dangerous oxidized cholesterol and neurotoxic amino acids. And, the fat is the part of the milk which contains all the vitamins and nutrients. So if you cut out the fat, you’re getting few nutrients. Do not give infants or toddlers low fat milk. If they are overweight, cut out junk food and sugar, not milk-fat. If they are having trouble digesting whole cow milk, try goat milk. Raw milk is significantly better digested than pasteurized milk.