It is one of those drinks that many consume happily, others obliged and third parties do not consume at all because they are intolerant to it! We are talking about milk and we believe we are right! Because for some people it causes allergies, while for others it is not healthy. Therefore, in recent years, other milk-like alternatives have exploded in nutritional value or taste. What are they?
From a nutritional point of view, soy milk is the one that comes closest to cow's milk. This is partly due to the fact that soy is an excellent source of whole protein. Soy is a great option if dairy products are avoided and a high protein milk based drink is desired.
Highly nutritious, oats are naturally sweet and rich in carbohydrates. It contains some soluble fibers that make it a little creamy. Soluble fibers absorb water and are transformed into gels during digestion. It can also help stabilize blood sugar levels. Furthermore, soluble fiber in oat milk can reduce cholesterol levels.
Almond milk is produced by immersing the almonds in water and then stirring and filtering. It is a delicious milk alternative for those who do not tolerate it, perfect even if you are allergic to nuts. Almond milk is low in calories and contains less carbohydrates than cow's milk, making it a good choice if you follow a low carbohydrate diet. An excellent source of vitamin E antioxidant, is low in protein and many other nutrients.
Coconut milk is squeezed by white coconut pulp, it has a pleasant taste and is a good alternative to milk. Most coconut milk packaged in cartons is mixed with water to give a consistency similar to that of cow's milk. It also has less protein than almond milk, but many brands add some nutrients. It contains more fat than other plant milk and some are rich in nutrients such as vitamins B12, D and A, as well as some minerals.