There was a time when buying milk was as simple as opening the front door. But you don't see many milkmen around anymore. Instead, you might find a number of different types of milk at the supermarket, and not all of them come from cows. This can make the dairy aisle pretty confusing for someone worried about cholesterol. All types of cow's milk are important sources of vitamins A, C, D and calcium, but what about the fat and cholesterol? And what about other types of milk like soy, rice, coconut or almond milk? Read on to figure out the best types of milk for your cholesterol.