A good alternative for cow, horse or goats milk is Almond milk. People who are lactose intolerant simply can’t drink ‘normal’ milk and suffer from stomach cramps, nausea and more. Almond milk on the other hand is a milk sort which contains no lactose as the main ingredient is the Almond itself which makes it officially a milk alternative and also suitable for vegans.
How healthy is Almond milk?
Almond milk contains lost of vitamins and minerals including B1, B2, B6 and of course the minerals Calcium, Kalium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Zinc, Chromium, Manganese and Selenium and to top it all off Almonds are full of healthy fats and lot of protein. Eating a bowl of muesli with Almond Milk offers you a great start to the day. If a you need a good alternative to milk for cooking for example then Almond milk is also useful here. Almond milk, whether you have a lactose intolerance, vegan or not, is great to have as part of your varied diet because of the many healthy factors.
Who is better advised to stay away from Almond milk?
If you’re allergic to nuts then its best to stay well away from Almond milk. Someone with a nut allergy who then drinks Almond milk can be in serious trouble which could lead to fatal consequences. Also, Almond milk isn’t suitable as replacement for breast or baby milk either. In the first year babies need to have either breast milk of baby milk to help them grow.. Almond milk doesn’t provide enough nutrients for growing babies and is therefore unsuitable.
Where to buy!
Almond milk is available in supermarkets and reform shops. You can also make your own Almond Milk. Why google some recipes and instructions to find out!