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Soy Milk vs. Rice Milk vs. Almond Milk vs. Skim Milk vs. ???

TroyTempest | Mar 28, 201307:41 AM     26

So I have bee trying to eat a little healthier and bring my own cereal and milk to the office for breakfast. In choosing milk i was looking for low calories, so i picked the unsweetened Vanilla flavored Almond milk, partly because it was low calories, but mostly because I had a $1 off coupon.
But, i really have done no research on this topic, and don't feel like it. But, I'm sure that some of you have done thorough research on the topic. So, what are the positives and negatives of each. I'm thinking about nutrition, calories, the whole deal.
Or is there some other grain or product whose "milk" is superior. Quinoa, Millet, heck, I don't know.

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