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Whats the Healthiest Type of Milk?

Types of Milk Overall

There are so many different types of milk, some taste better than others, there's cows milk, goat milk, soy milk, oat milk, rice milk, almond milk. but whats the difference.

1) Cow's milk

All cow’s milk is mixed with a lot of vitamin D, which the body needs to absorb calcium. (This practice began in the 1940s to help treat a skeletal disorder in children.) Milk also contains potassium and phosphorous, which helps build strong bones and teeth.

If you wanna loose weight. Choose nonfat milk, which has less than half the calories of whole milk (about 80 calories per cup versus about 150 calories) and slightly more calcium.

2)Goat's milk

What’s good: Goat’s milk has even more calcium than cow’s milk, with more than 30% of daily value, and more tryptophan, an essential amino acid that helps the body process protein.


Watch out for: Goat’s milk has lactose, so it may not work if you’re lactose-intolerant. It’s also higher than cow’s milk in saturated fat, with 6.51 grams in 8 ounces.


3)Soy milk

What’s good: Soy milk is rich in protein and doesn’t have saturated fat. Plus, consuming 25 grams of soy protein daily in any form may reduce the risk of heart disease, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).


Watch for: Soy protein can interfere with mineral absorption, including iron, it also has A bit of estrogen, causing growth of man boobs overtime.


4)Oat milk

What it is: This non-dairy alternative is made from ground up oat groats. It has a mild, nutty flavor.


What’s good: Watching your cholesterol levels? Oat milk is free of saturated fats.

Watch out for: It’s higher in carbohydrates than cow’s milk and has half the protein of skim cow’s milk.


5)Rice milk

What’s good: It’s good for dieters. Rice milk has no saturated fat and 1-2 grams of heart-healthy unsaturated fat per cup, Zied says.


Watch out: It can’t match cow’s milk protein content: The rice beverage has only 1 gram of protein per cup versus 8 grams in cow’s milk, Thayer says.


6)Almond milk

What it is: This nut milk is made by soaking ground-up almonds. It comes refrigerated or on the shelf in plain, vanilla and chocolate flavors and is a great choice for people with allergies to dairy, soy or rice. The rich, nutty taste makes it good for smoothies, coffee and baked goods. Almond milk is a natural calcium source, providing 20%-30% of the daily recommended value. It’s also low in calories and saturated fat.


Watch out for: Almond milk is relatively low in protein with just 1 gram per cup (versus 7.9 grams in cow’s milk and 7 grams in soy milk) and is missing the B vitamins of cow’s milk, Zied says. Beware if you’re allergic to nuts.

Answer

Whole Raw Milk from cows that are fed grass on free range.


The real key is to get milk from healthy cows that are eating the right foods. The commercial milks you find in stores is acquired from cows that are not healthy. They are fed grains and tromp around in feedlots where the feces from these unhealthy cows end up on their udders. If they didn't pasteurize this milk, it would contain human pathogens.


The pasteurization process does not kill ALL the germs. It leaves about 2% to 3% germs that cause crohn's disease and other maladies. The homogenization crushes the butterfat cells and causes huge amounts of foreign amino acid chards that generate homocysteine responses in humans that appear as lactose intolerances. Skim milk is blue in color, so they add titanium dioxide (white paint) to make it white and then add powdered milk solids to fool your tongue into believe it's really milk.


This whole thing about skim milk being better for you is the dairy industry promoting it. It's much cheaper for them to produce and the vitamin D they add is not for your health, but to force your body to absorb the altered calcium that causes bone spurs, cataracts, and kidney stones.


If you believe commercially produced milk is good for you, you need to free yourself from the lies you believe. It causes more problems than illegal drugs because it is fed to children and we have laws against illegal drugs.


Whole raw milk has lots of friendly bacteria that are good for you and if you take this raw milk and add some kefir grains to it and let it sit out for a couple days, all the lactose & glucose are eaten by the bacteria and it becomes an incredibly good food for you to eat every day. It actually boosts your immune system and nourishes your body.