Calories in Milk

Calorie Content Chart Showing Caloric Values for Soy, Goat’s Milk, Buffalo & Reindeer Milk

Calorie Table for Milk

Please note: all calorie values are approximate

Milk (1 cup unless stated) Calories
Fresh whole milk 150
Fresh milk low-fat 2% 120
Fresh milk low-fat 1% 105
Fresh milk low-fat 1/2% 90
Fresh milk fat-free/skimmed 85
Buffalo milk 236
Buttermilk, cultured 99
Buttermilk, low-fat, 1.5% 120
Carnation, skimmed (1/2 cup) 100
Carnation, whole milk (1/2 cup) 170
Carnation, Condensed (1/3 cup) 318
Carob-Chocolate Milk 1% 160
Chocolate Milk low-fat 1% 158
Goats Milk, evaporated 160
Lactose reduced milk 1% 100
Lactose reduced milk 2% 120
Lactose reduced milk fat-free 90
Reindeer Milk 580
Sheeps Milk 264
Soy Milk 90

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Girl Average Daily Energy Needs

1-3 years 1165 calories

4-6 years 1545

7-10 years 1740

Boy Average Daily Energy Needs

1-3 years 1230 calories

4-6 years 1715

7-10 years 1970

Kilocalories are equal in energy terms, but most nutritionists and dietitians recommend calorie savings made by eating “nutrient-dense” foods in preference to “empty calorie” foods that contain calories but little nutritional value. This applies especially to new moms following a calorie-controlled diet plan to reduce weight after pregnancy.