Whole milk is what is recommended for infants.
Complete sideline here: When I was pg with my eldest (about 19 years ago now) I was full of all the good intentions that parents have, no lollies, no sugar, no fat, completely healthy diet yadda, yadda, yadda.
Then I read an article in a well known and respected journel. The title: Epidemic of Middle Class Children Suffering from Malnutrition. It turns out that lots of well intentioned, well educated parents were doing the 'right thing' and giving their babies a 'healthy' start in life. Unfortunatly what is healthy for an adult causes malnutrition in babies and infants.
As babies, yes keep them away from sugar and salt and additives etc but they are so active that they need more fat and energy than we do so as toddlers they need the sugar etc, if they get it from fruit etc all the better, but this is real life, cookies and lollies are not going to hurt children as part of a balanced diet.