Calories Comparison in Arla LactoFree Skimmed Milk Drink 1 Litre v Others 🥛

Per 100ml (1/10 carton):

Energy: 29 calories

Protein3.5gCarbs2.7gFat0.5g

Proportion of total calories contributed by protein, carbs and fat.

Calories in Arla LactoFree Semi Skimmed Milk Drink 1 Litre

Arla LactoFree Semi Skimmed Milk Drink 1 Litre
Serving size

                                                                                                       100ml                                                                                                                                        200ml Serving                                                                                                                                                                 

Energy: 38 calories

Protein3.4gCarbs2.6gFat1.5g

Proportion of total calories contributed by protein, carbs and fat.

If you’re avoiding dairy, make a habit of incorporating some of these other calcium-rich foods in your diet:

  • Canned sardines. Check the label to be sure they’re canned in oil, bones included.
  • Fortified soy, almond and rice milk.
  • Fortified orange juice. Check the label; not all orange juice is fortified with calcium.
  • Tofu made with calcium sulfate.
  • Canned pink salmon with bones.
  • Fortified cereals and English muffins. Check the label; many popular ready-to-eat breakfast cereals and English muffins come with a healthy dose of added calcium.
  • Greens. Turnip and collard greens and kale all pack a calcium-rich punch.
  • Beans. Garbanzo, kidney, navy and even canned baked beans provide calcium; boiled green soybeans are another good option.
  • Canned shrimp.
  • Veggies like cooked broccoli, Chinese cabbage, edamame and acorn squash.
  • Papaya, dried figs and oranges.

Keep in mind that some of us are more at risk for calcium deficiency than others. Research has shown that adolescent girls — especially athletes — as well as women, individuals who are lactose intolerant or have a dairy allergy, and the elderly should monitor their calcium levels more closely.

While bone health takes center stage in any discussion about calcium, almost every cell in your body needs calcium to thrive. So no excuses if you don’t do dairy: There are plenty of other options out there that’ll help keep your calcium levels topped off.