Does the body absorb calcium from 0% dairy products?

Calcium is also absorbed from products with 0% fat. The fat in the milk does not
affect calcium absorption, and the mineral is absorbed from high-fat and low-fat dairy
products alike.


Calcium is absorbed without Vitamin D through passive absorption, and when a
person suffers from a Vitamin D deficiency the effect of the lactose (milk sugar) in
dairy products on calcium absorption increases. Clinical studies have proved that the
consumption of low-fat dairy products has a positive influence on our bones.