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"Milk is the best food there is for babies. It is good for children and for older people too. It has in it fat, which gives energy, and it has the most important of the materials needed for building up our bodies."

In this sentence, what does "it" in front of the "fat" mean, could I leave it out?

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"Milk is the best food there is for babies. It is good for children and for older people too. It has in it fat, which gives energy, and it has the most important of the materials needed for building up our bodies."

In this sentence, what does "it" in front of the "fat" mean, could I leave it out?
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