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Soy Milk Or Cow Milk

By: Gideon |Time : March 13, 2018, 01:16:11 AM
Finding the healthier choice between cows ’ milk and soy milk has been an ongoing debate for centuries . The truth is , both are nutrient packed and are mostly interchangeable except on occasions where there are specific dietary needs. For example , some people have a lactose intolerance – which makes cows ’ milk unsuitable — while others have a soy allergy that automatically makes their choice for them .
Here are some distinct differences between soy milk and cows ’ milk.

Low - fat cows ’ milk and soy milk have a similar number of essential nutrients. They both give 8 grams of protein per medium cup and contain calcium, phosphorus , vitamin D, vitamin A and vitamin B- 12 . Regular cow milk contains saturated fat and cholesterol while soy milk and low -fat cows ’ milk do not. Soy milk, however , contains heart -healthy omega - 3 fatty acids and alpha-linolenic acid.

Calorie Content
Cows’ milk generally has a higher calorie content than soy milk. A cup of cows ’ milk provides a bit over 100 calories while the same cup of soy milk contains about 80 calories . Light soy milk provides about 50 calories , skim cows ’ milk usually contains 90 calories while whole cows ’ milk gives about 150 calories per cup .

Heart Health
Both soy and cows ’ milk help lower the risk of heart disease . A review published in 2014 found that milk and milk products — like cheese and yoghurt— are closely linked with lower heart disease risks . Surprisingly, the review suggested that even full -fat dairy products may protect against heart disease .

Re: Soy Milk Or Cow Milk

By: Gideon |Time : March 13, 2018, 01:20:36 AM
Well,even though they are both healthy to consume,I will stick to dairy milk all day simply because of its sweetness and still receiving the nutrients for bodily functions and growth.

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