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Blog: 5 dairy free alternatives.

Oat milk has become a popular dairy alternative especially in coffees. It’s often enriched with nutrients and naturally free of many allergens or irritants. This milk contains B vitamins which can help to lower blood cholesterol and provide nutrients that support bone health. Oat milk is made from  oats and water so it’s vegan friendly, free of nuts, soy, and lactose. 

Coconut yoghurt is a delicious dairy-free option as it gives your breakfast that little bit of extra flavour. It also supplies several key vitamins and minerals. Most of the saturated fat in coconut yogurt is in the form of medium-chain triglycerides which can help control weight and boost immunity.The fibre in coconut helps with digestion and can ease constipation

Almond milk has been around for a long time and has made its way to the top of the list for most popular non dairy milk alternative. Did you know unsweetened almond milk contains up to 80% fewer calories than regular dairy milk and by using it as a replacement for cow's milk it could be an effective weight loss strategy. One cup of almond milk can provide 20–50% of your daily vitamin e requirement, wow. Almond milk is completely plant-based and allergy free therefore making it suitable for vegans and other people who avoid dairy products.

Vegan cheese has come along way and you can now find them in almost every supermarket. They are made from a variety of ingredients depending on the desired results. Soy, tree nuts and coconuts are among the most popular bases. You can find all your dairy-based cheeses available in many vegan versions. It’s all about experimenting and the vegan cheese you choose should be based on your own tastes and preferences. 

Soy milk is a great source of protein, vitamin A, vitamin B-12, potassium plus it can be fortified with calcium and vitamin D. Did you know soy milk contains as much protein as cow's milk, yet is lower in calories than whole milk. It contains very little saturated fat.

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