60-130 calories, 2-6 g fat, 0-0.5 g saturated fat, 4-12 g protein, 5-15 g carbohdyrates, 0-4 g fiber, 4-30% DV calcium, up to 30% DV vitamin D
Nutrition notes: Studies link soy’s protein and phytoestrogens with a reduced risk of cancer and heart disease. (But when it comes to breast cancer, is soy safe? Find out here.) Choose a soymilk fortified with calcium and vitamin D (30% DV and 25% DV, respectively)—and shake before you pour, as added nutrients can settle to the bottom of the carton.