Which Milk Is Best to Buy? (Page 9)

Goat's milk

90-150 calories (nonfat to whole), 2.5-8 g fat, 1.5-5 g saturated fat, 7-8 g protein, 9-12 g carbohydrates, 0 g fiber, 30% DV calcium, up to 30% DV vitamin D

Nutrition notes: Like cow’s milk, goat’s milk contains lactose, just a tad less. Many suggest that people who are allergic to cow’s milk can tolerate goat’s milk, but immunologists often advise those allergic to cow’s milk to avoid goat’s milk, too, because of cross-reactivity risks.

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