WHY NUTMILK? Do you drink it? If so, why?

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We asked and these are the responses we have gathered over the last year; well done, guys!

  1. You can make it at home easily. That is the biggest benefit to me.
  2. Homemade nut milks are a non-pasteurized and a “living food“, packed full of antioxidants, minerals, phytochemicals, vitamins, enzymes and omega fatty acids.
  3. I drink it because I am lactose intolerant to cows milk.
  4. I don’t like or want to use soy milk.
  5. No animals need to be involved.
  6. Lot’s of vegan protein.
  7. It has all the protein, vitamins and minerals of cow’s milk without cholesterol.
  8. It has more calcium than dairy, this is easy proven!
  9. Usually gluten free (if you don t add a gluten thickener or buy it in a store without reading what’s all inside)
  10. Great for baking, cooking and smoothies, ice-cream and yummy fresh blended!
  11. Different nuts give different tastes and varieties in mineral content.
  12. If you don’t like nuts you can always use seeds ;) check out pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, etc.

I would like to go deeper into the subject in my post:

3 Heart Healthy Nutmilks.

Leave a response, why do you use nutmilks? What are your favorite nut milk recipes? Promise a reward, but i won’t reveal more here.

links:http://ezinearticles.com/?The-Health-Benefits-of-Nut-Milk&id=6135782

http://www.3fatchicks.com/6-health-benefits-of-almond-milk/

http://www.naturalnews.com/027875_pumpkin_seeds_parasites.html

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5 thoughts on “WHY NUTMILK? Do you drink it? If so, why?

  1. Way cool! Some extremely valid points! I appreciate you writing this article and the rest of
    the website is very good.

  2. I, like most people, don’t tolerate cow’s milk. Find I agree better with goat’s milk but also like almond milk and like to make the easy version of almond butter blended together with water. Then add whatever I fancy: raw cacao powder, cinnamon, possibly a banana for the ultimate choc shake experience :)

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