Almond Milk contains healthy fats similar to olive oil and is naturally lower in saturated fats and kilojoules. Almond Milk also contains a mid range amount of protein however is considerably lower in calcium in comparison to dairy milk. Soy Milk has considerably more protein then other milk alternatives so this would be a great alternative for vegans and others who don’t receive proteins from meat food groups. A lot of Soy Milk products are calcium fortified so you can get similar nutritional value to dairy milk. Be conscious of Soy Milk having high levels of phytoestrogen which can cause health issues if your Soy Milk consumption is high. Rice Milk is considered to be the most hypoallergenic milk product on the market, similar to Soy Milk it is also calcium fortified to levels similar to cow’s milk. Rice Milk is low in fats but is also low in protein unlike cow’s milk that has higher levels of protein. Goat Milk is a great option for those with gastrointestinal issues as it is very easy to digest. Goat’s Milk is also better tolerated by people with Lactose problems, as it doesn’t cause the same inflammation as dairy products can. Goat Milk is generally the priciest out of the milk substitute products. Dairy Milk is essentially your one-stop shop for nutritional fulfillment. It contains nearly all the nutrients needed to aid children’s growth including fats, proteins, carbohydrates, minerals & vitamins (except iron). If you suffer from Lactose intolerance Dairy Milk will most likely not be right for you and your digestive system.