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Milk, which one to choose among the many that best suit you?

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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and we often consume milk in the early morning: but which one is the most suitable? Here are some tips

Cappuccino, photo source: Pixabay

The milk it is often consumed especially during the Breakfast, but sometimes we don't know which one to choose based on our body: here are some tips.

By now, as we all already know, there are different varieties and each of them suits our needs, among the many they are consumed more frequently: skimmed, partially skimmed and whole. Here are the differences:

  • Skimmed – about 0.5% of the entire product;
  • Partially skimmed – between 1% and 1.8% of the entire product;
  • Whole – 3.5% of the entire product.

This food can be diversified based on the animal producer and the fats contained inside. Obviously, among the types of milk mentioned above, the whole version is the most nutritious and least processed on an industrial level since the food undergoes several processes to eliminate lipids.

The skimmed and partially skimmed version, however, are more suited to a low-calorie diet, in fact for every 100 grams of product this skimmed food contains only 20 calories.

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Milk, which one to choose among the many that best suit you? Here are the vegetable versions

Milk, which one to choose among the many that best suit you? Some advices
Almond milk, Photo source: Pixabay

The milk it is therefore one of the most consumed foods especially a Breakfast, but often we don't know which one to choose in order for our body to do so benefits. As we saw in the previous paragraph, the milk produced by cows and other animals is on the market in at least three versions: whole, skimmed and partially skimmed.

The vegetable version is also widely used and there are really many of these and the choice is really difficult, among the many we analyze the most used ones: soy, almond and rice.

Soya milk – low in fat, this food can be used practically by everyone thanks to its “power” to lower bad cholesterol in the blood. It also contains several vitamins, including A, E, B and lots of fiber.

Almond milk – Source of vitamin A, vitamin D, proteins, Omega 6, zinc, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and vitamin E, this food is suitable for a low-calorie diet or is very useful for those who simply want to stay in shape.

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Rice milk – Among the many benefits there is the stimulation of the immune system, in fact, this drink helps our body protect itself against the many external agents with which we come into contact every day.

About the author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Barry Lachey is a Senior Editor at Zobuz. Previously he has worked for FOX Sports and MSNBC's "Morning Joe." he is a graduate of the Annenberg School at the University of Southern California. You can reach Barry via email or by phone.

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