It isn't, necessarily. Soy milk is derived from soy beans (a plant), so soy milk is free of lactose, a protein which is found in cow milk, and also contains much lower levels of saturated fats and cholesterol. On its own, soy milk does not contain much calcium, so this is generally added by manufacturers. Soy milk contains hormones that mimic the action of oestrogen in the human body which may have some health complications for some.
yes because of the chemicals the cow makes inside itself
It depends on the breed of cow in question. A Holstein (dairy) cow will give more milk than a buffalo, but a Charolais (beef) cow will give less milk than a buffalo does. An Angus cow may give as much or slightly more milk than a buffalo cow will.
No. Cow's milk have more calcium than almond milk.
Cream is healthier. Cow milk products in general aren't good for the human body. With it understood that both are bad, consider this: you will typically use less cream, than if you had used milk. The proteins in cows milk are particularly bad for the human body. In addition to using less than if you had used milk, of that there is less protein, because of the higher fat content of cream. The additional fat still makes it a healthier alternative.
No because cow milk has to much chemicals in to the milk to make it stay more than a day.
The milk cow was NOT invented. The milk cow was developed through artificial selection to have daughters that produced more milk than herself. After generations and generations of breeding (which is still happening), dairy cows are produced to give more milk than a "normal" cow does.
It has a healthier Vitamins and no sugar on it.
Holsteins were bred to produce more milk than other cows just like Saint Bernards were bred to be large.
Common Human Knowledge tells us that HUMAN MILK is muchmore beneficial than the cows milk. Depending on the carrier of the human's milk the cow milk most likely has more sugar.
Buffalo milk contains more fat content than cow milk. Similarly, Buffalo have an ability to convert carotene in to vitamin A, as compare to cow milk.
cow milk is more skimmed
It gives more milk than what it would normally produce for its calf. That's what constitutes a cow for being a dairy cow.
Cow Milk. as its cheap and in abundance
No. No more than a cat can be used for a milk cow.
Cows tend to produce much more milk per day than a human female can. Cow milk also contains lactose and casein, which human milk doesn't.
A cow is more important than a bee cos from a bee we can only get honey but from a cow we get all the things we need to keep us healthy like yoghurt and milk and even butter so a Cow is more important
Buy cow, put bull behind cow, wait 9 months, calve out cow, then milk out cow. That's how you "make" cow milk. See related question below for more.
A cow by far.
Well, sorry to burst your bubble but, its the same thing!
Cow milk lacks iron in it. If kids consume cow milk most of the time, it will reduce the iron intake in their meal. Secondly, the dairy products inhibit iron absorption into the body. Also, cow milk is not easy to digest as compared to formula milk. These are some of the reasons cow milk is not fed to newborn babies younger than 9 months.
Yes, a goats milk is thicker and richer than the milk of a cow.
it is 3 times more vitamin c than cow milk and very high in insulin.Also low in Lactose.
Organic goat milk has been proven to be healthier than organic cow's milk. However, when a goat is feeding in the pastures, the goat milk tends to taste almost like the smell of a goat; whereas when they are feeding from the stables with a diet mainly consisting of hay, their milk taste sweet like cow's milk.
Buy a cow.