Those who are lactose intolerant and not have to restrain from taking a coffee with milk or eating cereal for the many alternatives that have emerged. But which is healthier for you? Comparison of the nutritionists.
Calories in a cup: 90 skim.
Advantages: The only natural choice rich in calcium and protein (8 grams).
Disadvantages: Contains saturated fat unless it is skim.
Calories in a cup: 100
Advantages: Contains the largest amount of milk protein that contains no dairy products.
Disadvantages: It contains phytic acid, which inhibits the body's absorption of certain minerals like calcium and iron. Non-organic varieties can be made from genetically modified soybeans.
Calories in a cup: 60 (sweetened)
Advantages: Choice of milk from fewer calories.
Disadvantages: Very little natural protein (1 gram). Neither is good for those with allergies to nuts.
Calories in a cup: 120
Advantages: Very safe for those with food allergies.
Disadvantages: Low natural protein (1 gram), high in carbohydrates (24 grams). Sunflower oils are added as a thicker consistency, but increases the calories.
Calories in a cup: 130
Advantages: Naturally sweet with a decent content of protein (4 grams). Provides two grams of fiber, little, but more than other options.
Disadvantages: Most grains are processed, so it is not recommended for those who can not tolerate gluten.