by Caroline Hogh Groth
Are you one of those people who has been raised on a diet of cows-milk since day dot? Yes, me too. And I absolutely love cows milk, cheese, yoghurt and so on, but if you’ve been following my health journey, you might’ve seen that a few months ago I decided to cut out dairy (& gluten), because of the research I’ve come to find and the direct negative impact it has had on my body & overall health – physically and mentally.
But, just because I don’t drink milk or have dairy anymore, doesn’t mean I don’t still want to have my cup of tea with a dash of “milk’, my ‘sometimes’ cappuccino or a delicious smoothie that’s more dense & nutritious than just making it with filtered or coconut water..
Enter; ALMOND BREEZE. Now, almond milk definitely is far from a new kid on the block, in fact it’s been around for years on end – however, it’s only really come into ‘fashion’ over the last five years or so, when the world seemed to shift into a ‘health-gear’ with an added focus on ‘what the heck’ we actually put into our bodies, and the direct effect it has on our health. Have you felt this shift as well? I certainly have.
Not only are we focusing more on what we put into our bodies, but we’re also focusing on how the things we eat & drink have been produced, where it’s from and the values the food or drink company hold.
So, for myself, I’ve completely switched over to nut & plant-based milks to keep my tummy, mind and body happy. And I’m thriving on them instead of cows milk. I’ve been using Almond Breeze for years because it’s super easy to pick up when I’m at the supermarket, is always priced at an everyday low price, has four varieties to choose from, tastes great and my body agrees with it.
What are the benefits of Almond Breeze?
Well, there’s a whole lot, but I’ll bullet-point a few for your below that has been scientifically proven:
How to incorporate Almond Breeze: