Whole milk is consumed for its nutritional value; it contains a number of essential micronutrients. However, it also comes with a good number of calories. The calorie content in whole milk varies based on its form as well as its quantity.
One cup of whole milk contains a total of 146 calories out of which 49% of the calories come from fat, 30% of the calories come from carbohydrates and 21% calories come from proteins. The total fat content in it is 7.93 grams consisting of 4.55 grams of saturated fat content, 0.47 gram of polyunsaturated fat content and 1.98 grams of polyunsaturated fat content. An equal serving of whole milk has 11.03 grams of carbohydrates, 7.86 grams of proteins, 24 mg of cholesterol, 98 mg of sodium, 349 mg of potassium.
100 ml of whole milk contains a total of 62 calories. Out of which 30 calories are obtained from fat. The total fat content in it is 3.35 grams, carbohydrate content in it is 4.66 grams, protein content is 3.32 grams, cholesterol content in it is 10 mg, sodium content is 41 mg and potassium content is 147 mg. It also contains certain other micronutrients which are essential for the proper growth of your body.
You may also consume dry whole milk. One cup of dry whole milk contains around 635 calories out of which 47% of the calories come from fat, 30% calories come from carbohydrates and 23% of the calories are obtained from proteins. The total fat content in it is 34.19 grams, carbohydrate content is 49.18 grams, protein content is 33.69 grams, cholesterol content is 124 mg, sodium content is 475 mg and potassium content is 1702 mg. One oz of dry whole milk contains 141 calories and 100 grams of dry whole milk has 496 calories.