Non-Dairy Milk Alternatives

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Many people associate milk with Calcium (Ca). Strong bones and just a healthier body overall. Most people would say milk is the best drink a child should have during their development. And its true, I have been educated that milk can prevent osteoporosis even in my nutrition classes back in undergrad. The idea of drinking two glasses of milk each day sank in even more. However, just last year I came across to a post on Facebook noting the ingredients that are in milk. Pus, blood, antibiotics, hormones, and many growth hormones all found in MILK. I was pretty horrified to know that I was not aware of these containments. And of course, I did a research on this before switching to other alternatives in the market. Soy is definitely a popular source, however almond, rice, hemp, flax are also on the rise.

I highly suggest drinking the above non-dairy alternatives. They contain as much calcium and they have even fortified some vitamins (including vitamin B12…) just so consumers could get all the nutritional benefits! How awesome!  Most non-dairy alternatives nowadays contain higher amounts of calcium, vitamin D than milk, so you don’t have to worry about not obtaining enough. For those who are lactose intolerant go give these a try! These alternatives would treat you much better!

The Hidden Truth

Milk
Pus yellowish-greenish thick fluid found in infected tissues
Blood YES, certain amounts of pus & blood are allowed in milk
recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH) injected into dairy cows to increase levels of milk production
Antibiotics are used to treat sick cows. This is very commonly used when rBGH is injected into dairy cows, this elevates the stress levels of cows which causes mastitis leading to infections.

Stay Hearty.

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11 Responses to Non-Dairy Milk Alternatives

  1. I drink Lact-avena Santiveri which is an oat drink made purely of oats and water and I feel better since I switched milk for it. What do you think of oat drink?

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  2. Instead of milk, I have been loving chocolate and regular soy and almond milk! :)

    Emily
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  3. Very insightful! Thank you! I am going to start my son on non-breastmilk soon since he is turning one and I hear rice milk pretty good for them! Your post further confirmed it! :) Thanks so much!

    -Erin

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    • wow thanks so much for your comment! Means a lot to me!! There’s a lot of fortification for rice milk! Do read the labels to confirm on that! That’s awesome to hear Erin!!

  4. Wow, wonderful blog. And May joy and happiness snow on you, may the bells jingle for you and may Santa be extra good to you! Merry Christmas!!

  5. How interesting! I had no idea there were so many alternatives. I really love almond milk :)

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  7. I lived dairy free for two years but this year I have been cheating way too often with cow milk. I feel so much better without it that I have stopped with cow milk again. Ricemilk is my favorite :D

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  8. I totally agee with you! And I love vegetable milk!
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