Making the Switch to Soy or Almond Milk


Silk Almond and Soymilk

Natural Foods:  Making the Switch to Soy or Almond Milk

If you're looking for an alternative to dairy milk, but still enjoy milk with your cereal, soy or almond milk may be a good choice for you. 

Silk Pure Almond Milk

This all natural almond milk is an excellent dairy milk alternative and has added vitamins and minerals. According to Silk, each glass provides an excellent source of natural antioxidants and as much calcium and vitamin D as dairy milk, with absolutely no cholesterol, saturated fat, dairy or soy. Each serving is only 60 calories.

Uses for almond milk:

•  Cereal

 

•  Lattes

•  Smoothies

•  Baked goods

•  Soups

Silk Soymilk 

This soymilk is subtle and wholesome, with a slight nutty flavor. It's 100% lactose and dairy free. Soymilk is also shelf stable and can be stored for up to 12 months, so you won't have to worry about throwing away expired milk. According to Silk, soymilk delivers many of the same important nutrients as dairy milk including calcium, vitamin D and protein. In addition, unlike many forms of dairy milk, soymilk is very low in saturated fat and cholesterol-free.

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