The fate of Galactose & lactose seems to be very misunderstood on this forum.
Once and for all does Galactose(lactose) in dairy products contribute to liopgenesis(fat formation) via preferential refilling of liver glycogen similar to fructose?
I believe skim milk is 50% lactose & 50% galactos (which itself is 50/50 lactose/glucose).
Correct me if I am wrong. Skim milk carbs are 75% lactose.
I am asking because I drink a few cups of skim milk a day and want to know if it is a good idea or not.
Any input appreciated.