I'm confused by the nutritional information of different "skim" milk.
Coles skim milk has the following (per 250 ml):
Sanitarium skim milk has the following (per 250 ml):
My understanding is that any carb eventually gets broken down into sugar, so there is NO real
difference between Coles milk and Sanitarium milk.
The only advantage of Sanitarium is that the 12,8 - 5 = 7,5 g of carbs are going to take time to be transformed into sugar while the 12,8 g of carbs of Coles milk don't need to be transformed in sugar as they are all, already sugar.
Am I missing something?