FF Soy Milk vs. Regular Soy Milk
Quite possibly a stupid question, but I can't help but get paranoid about what I'm eating. I wanna make sure I'm doing this WOE right...
Aside from the fat content, does it matter which one I can have? I prefer to use FF soy...that IS ok right? I'm assuming the concept is still the same like whole milk VS. skim milk, riiiiiiiiight?
here are the ingredients:
filtered water, organic brown rice, organic soymilk (filtered water, organic soybeans), soy protein isolate, natural flvours, Tricalcium phosphate, guar gum, Xanthan gum, carrageenan, carob bean gum, sea salt, vitamin a palmitate, vitamin d2.
total fat 0
dietary fiber 0
sugars 11 (i'm assuming because this is milk?)
it also says it's enriched with vitamins a, d & calcium. i got this from Trader Joes; it's the Yellow & White box...