The protein content, both cow and milk are high quality sources of protein, contain all of the essential amino acids in sufficient quantities. The cow milk is slightly higher in carbohydrates
Milk is naturally rich with calcium but fortified with vitamin D to help the absorption of the calcium in the bones. Soy milk does not naturally contain calcium but is fortified with both, calcium and vitamin D.
Similarities and differences between low-fat and nonfat cow milk, and low-fat and nonfat soy milk. I.When making healthy choices it is important to consider what we are drinking II.First difference : Source
A. Cow’s milk comes from the cow’s mammary gland
B.Soy milk is made from soybeans.
III.Second Difference : Calories
A.1 cup serving of 1% fat cow’s milk contains 102 calories B.1 cup nonfat cow’s milk contains 83 calories
C.1 cup low fat soy milk contains 104 calories
D.1 cup nonfat soy milk contains 68 calories
IV.Third Difference: Fat
A.1 cup serving of 1% cow’s milk contains 2.3g of total fat and 1.5g of saturated fat B.1 cup nonfat cow’s milk contains 0.2g of total fat and 0.1g of saturated fat C.1 cup low fat soy milk contains 1.5g of total fat and 0g of saturated fat D.1 cup nonfat soy milk contains 0.5g total fat.
V.Fourth Difference: Protein
A. 1 cup serving of both the low-fat and nonfat cow’s milk contains 8g of protein...