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The Top Three "DUMB non-dairy sources" = Oat milk, rice milk, soy milk.

Who thought it was a good idea to soak grains like rice and oats to concentrate all the WORST parts of grains. The Top Three DUMB non-dairy sources.
The Top Three DUMB non-dairy sources
The Top Three DUMB non-dairy sources

The Top Three DUMB non-dairy sources

Who thought it was a good idea to soak grains like rice and oats to concentrate all the WORST parts of grains (the sugar, the anti-nutrients, and the pesticide residue like glyphosate which can destroy your gut), and then convince millions of people to drink basically sugar water (with little protein) along with some added inflammatory omega6 vegetable oil, all resulting in a "dumb non-dairy milk source" that'll spike your blood sugar as much as drinking a soda.

I haven't found a single benefit of drinking oat or rice milk and nothing but downsides to your health.

And then people drink soy milk... although it's not a grain, and might not have as much sugar as oat milk or rice milk, it is still loaded with glyphosate residue (unless it's organic), along with a hefty dose of phytoestrogens and other xenoestrogens, as well as an inflammatory omega-6 fat profile that's the worst fats you can put in your body. AND don't forget 94% of soy raised in the U.S. is GMO.

Whether you’re lactose-intolerant, vegan, or looking to avoid being fattened like a suckling calf, dairy milk substitutes offer good nutrition profiles and different flavors to please your palate for non-dairy milk. Check out the nutrition facts about these five common sources.

Almond Milk

Almond milk is a great non-dairy source when you are looking to cut calories. This nut milk is made from water and ground almonds. The bad news about almond milk is that it contains very little protein—just 1 gram per cup! Although most varieties of almond milk are fortified with vitamins and other nutrients, there are others that don’t contain vitamin D or calcium. Almond milk is creamier and thicker than other alternatives since its calories are coming from healthy, unsaturated fats.

Coconut Milk

Coconut milk is a good choice if you want something creamy and sweet. Though this milk offers 30 percent of your daily value (DV) of vitamin D and 50 percent of your DV of vitamin B-12, it contains little calcium and just 1 gram of protein per cup. If you’re looking to reduce your saturated fat intake, keep in mind that coconut milk is the only non-dairy milk source that contains as much saturated fat as whole cow’s milk. The good news is that Coconut milk doesn't contain steroids, antibiotics, and other vaccine toxins commonly used to manage high dairy milk production.

Hemp Milk

Hemp milk is made from water and shelled hemp seeds. It contains many healthy nutrients, including calcium, vitamin D, and a moderate amount of protein (about 3 grams of protein per cup). As an added bonus, it contains omega-3 fatty acids. Unfortunately, hemp milk may be a difficult taste for some people to get used to or to digest.

Cashew Milk

Cashew milk is made from blending ground-up cashews with water, resulting in a creamy liquid. This Cashew milk is often fortified with calcium and vitamins A, D, and B-12. Different brands will have varying amounts of nutrients, so be sure to check the nutrition label. Although this non-dairy alternative may be low in calories, it also contains very little protein, only 1 gram per cup.

Now you are armed with non-dairy milk sources for your cooking, eating, and drinking pleasure.

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Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, Ph.D., Metaphysician, Certified Hypnosis Practitioner and International Best Selling Author is a recognized authority on bridging Science and Human Potential. Dr. Dorothy provides comprehensive protocols to discover and transform the root cause of issues and diagnoses. Mental, Emotional, Physical and Spiritual Transformation combines creating health while transforming mental/emotional, and physical distress. She is a Certified Past Life and Future Progression practitioner.