While almond milk does not pose any dangers to human health, it does contain much less protein and calcium than dairy milk, according to Mother Jones. Some brands of almond milk contain carrageenan, a product derived fro... More »

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To make almond milk, manufacturers grind toasted almonds and then blend them with water. Almond milk sometimes includes additional vitamins and minerals. It has lower levels of protein than milk from cattle, so protein i... More »

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According to Erin Coleman for the San Francisco Chronicle, almond milk offers several nutritional benefits to the body, especially when compared to regular cow's milk. For example, unsweetened almond milk has fewer calor... More »

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Almond milk has as much calcium and vitamin D as dairy milk, as well as fewer calories. However, the American Academy of Pediatrics warns that people absorb the nutrients in dairy milk more easily. More »

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Cow's milk naturally contains significantly more calcium than almond milk. Nonfortified almond milk has only 2 milligrams of calcium per serving, whereas cow's milk has roughly 200 milligrams in an 8-ounce serving. More »

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To make almond milk, manufacturers grind toasted almonds and then blend them with water. Almond milk sometimes includes additional vitamins and minerals. It has lower levels of protein than milk from cattle, so protein i... More »

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The first five ingredients in Silk unsweetened original almond milk are: filtered water, almonds, sea salt, locust bean gum and sunflower lecithin. Complete ingredient lists for all varieties of Silk are available on Sil... More »

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