Which is the most nutritious vegan milk?

Which is the most nutritious vegan milk?

If you're a vegan, you've probably already chosen one of the various vegan drinks on the market. Or maybe you make them yourself at home. But what's the most complete vegan milk?

Vegan milk is in increasing demand due to problems such as lactose intolerance, cow's milk allergies, or simply for those who want to follow a vegan diet.

 It's important to know which vegan drinks provide the most nutrients.

All these milk have advantages and disadvantages, but soy milk is the one that comes out best nutritionally.

1. SOY MILK: THE MOST NUTRITIONALLY BALANCED

Soy milk

Soy milk has been used as a substitute for cow's milk in the West for more than four decades. It is widely consumed as a healthy drink because of its content of isoflavones, phytonutrients that have been associated with anti-carcinogenic properties.

Its richness in protein, equivalent to that of cow's milk, plays in its favor and contributes to a balanced diet.

2. RICE MILK, VERY SWEET AND LESS NUTRITIOUS

Rice milk

Perhaps its weakest point is its high proportion of carbohydrates because if we are not aware of it we can easily unbalance the diet.

It provides slightly fewer calories than cow's milk, although it is the closest in caloric contribution, most of its calories come from its sugars.

For researchers, young children would be the most vulnerable to an imbalance in the diet due to the high consumption of rice milk.

3. COCONUT MILK, LIGHT AND WITH MUCH MORE FAT THAN PROTEIN

Coconut milk

Coconut milk is one of the most consumed in Asia and South America. Drinking it regularly may help to reduce levels of LDL cholesterol, which at high levels is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.

4. ALMOND MILK, GOOD TASTE BUT NEEDS TO BE REINFORCED

Almond milk

Almonds are a good source of monounsaturated fatty acids that are considered beneficial for maintaining a healthy weight and reducing LDL cholesterol levels.

Milk made from them is light, contains a small amount of these fats, but is low in protein.

Don't forget to check out our article on other plant-based milk alternatives!

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