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For people who don’t like the taste of cow’s milk, are grossed out by the thought of drinking milk from a cow, or are lactose intolerant, this is a list of tasty dairy alternatives… that aren’t soy!
Oat milk made from the grains of the oatmeal and is extremely good for your health. Not only are they tasty, oats are high in protein, fiber and they are even have healing properties. Yes. These lil’ buddies are super immune boosters! They’re also great for your hair, your skin and help regulate your blood sugar levels and cholesterol.
Easy Oat Milk Recipe:
Get yourself a cup of outs.
Boil in 2 cups of water.
Strain the mixture.
There’s your oat milk!
Coconut milk might just be the most delicious alternative there is. Super rich in minerals (selenium, copper, iron, zinc, manganese) it is also extremely low in sugar. Coconut does not contain natural sugar fructose, so you do not have to fret about piling on those calories. However, it is not particularly high in calcium, so be sure to get the boost of calcium you need from other non dairy foods (greens, salmon, oranges etc.).
We’ve all heard of Almond milk and for good reason. Almond milk is high in omega-6 fats and should be added to your diet if you’re struggling to maintain your cholesterol levels. As with most nuts, they possess high antioxidant levels and well as vitamin E (works wonders for hair and skin). Oh, and it’s very low in calories. A 250ml glass of almond milk only contains 35 calories compared to skimmed cows milk, which is around 92 calories per glass.
Hemp milk is created from the seeds of the hemp plant. The seeds and NOT the leaf. There is absolutely zero chance of you catching a high off this controversial milk because it does not contain the chemical THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which is found in Marijuana (you can’t get high without it).
Hemp milk is high in calcium. A single glass 46% of your recommended daily allowance. It also contains a good amount of amino acids (the 10 essential ones), omega-6, omega-3 thiamin, niacin, magnesium, and potassium.
Hemp sharpens the brain, strengthens the heart and boosts your immune system. You can sweeten the milk with some raw honey to give it a little oomph!
The delicious hazelnut has many alluring attributes. It is rich in fiber, protein, magnesium, B vitamins, vitamin E, iron, zinc and are packed full of antioxidants. If you’re a coffee drinker like me, the two are a match made in heaven. A much more flavorful brew than with using regular old cow or soy milk.
There is bit of a downside though, Hazelnuts do not have a particularly modest fat content, so go easy.
Easy Hazelnut milk recipe:
Soak a cup of raw, un-toasted hazelnuts in bowl for 24 hours.
Place hazelnuts in a blender with 4 cups of water and blend.
Strain the mixture.
Please always seek medical advice before changing your diet.
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