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Milk - 07-29-2019, 05:53 PM

I figured this may help out any guys who want to avoid dairy milk and try an alternative but haven't got round to trying different ones. Obviously there is lactose free milk and you can also take various digestive enzymes that include lactase. However for people interested in various other milks I will go over a quick run through.

Before starting the brand is a massive factor as I have come across some of the same types of milks that taste completely different. Moreover the macronutrients and calorie total can also be very different so always check the labels.

It's also worth stating most of these milks are mainly just water with a small % of paste added. I mainly done this as I love my cereal and wanted to find some good milks to go with them. I know guys who do egg whites with cereal but there is no way I can do that. I want good results but I also like to enjoy my food and wouldn't ruin my bowl of coco pops with egg whites

Soya Milk- for me tastes like crap and I am not a fan but I know many who like it. Usually about 40 cals per 100ml but it can vary.

Almond Milk- this varies so much from brand to brand. I prefer a sweetened version. Generally they contain a small amount of fat and a tiny amount of carbs. I use a brand that contains stevia for example and is only 13 calories per 100ml. Whereas others can be 60+ calories per 100ml. One brand I have used was a mix of almond and coconut and was nice but higher calories. This is a great choice for smoothies if you want them to be thicker/creamier.

Rice Milk- usually about 45 cals per 100ml. This is pretty much all carbs and higher sugar and tastes sweeter. You may get 1g fat per 100ml and no protein. Tastes very nice and is decent with cereal. Makes a good choice for post workout cereal lovers who want a higher carb/sugar cereal meal. I like this with cereals such as rice krispies.

Oat Milk- Usually all carbs with 1g fat. Tastes decent and goes well in smoothies.

Hemp Milk- Tastes ok and is like others being mainly fat and carb based with approx 30 calories per 100ml.

Cashew Milk- My 2nd favourite and tastes great especially when cold. Very creamy and thick so works well with smoothies. I usually add this to some oats, 1 banana, mixed berries and 40-50g protein from Synthepure. My one is 49 cals per 100ml consisting of 2.5g fat, 0.5g sat fat, 4.5g carbs, 2.4g sugar, 1.6g fibre and 1.2g protein per 100ml.

Coconut Milk- My fav by far and tastes great when cold (all these milks taste better cold). The coconut flavour goes great with chocolate cereal. I use 2 brands and both are very low in calories. My fav is made by Alpro and is actually a blend of coconut and rice milk. It's called Alpro coconut original and is only 20 cals per 100ml consisting of 0.9g fat (0.9 sat fat), 2.7g carbs, 1.9g sugar and 0.1g protein. I use this in smoothies or with certain cereals (coco pops, rice krispies, shredded wheat etc).

Just a little run through and if you ever feel like a change there are some good options out there. Especially good for guys who eat a lot of cereal or make smoothies.
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I have started using almond milk for cereal and protein shakes. I don't mind the taste and it's good with my protein. I will try some of the others.
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Never tried coconut milk but it sounds nice.
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I have started using almond milk for cereal and protein shakes. I don't mind the taste and it's good with my protein. I will try some of the others.
I like both Alpro Almond Original and Unsweetened milks. Although for taste the original is much better. Even with the added sugar it's still only 24 calories per 100ml whereas the unsweetened version is 13 calories. I should also give another mention about the oat original as I really started enjoying that one. That contains more calories (42 per 100ml) but is a nice alternative. Moving forward I think as I diet I will stick to coconut and almond.


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I tried coconut milk and I am a fan. It tastes how you would expect it to taste. Thanks for posting about it.


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I tried coconut milk and I am a fan. It tastes how you would expect it to taste. Thanks for posting about it.
No problem. That's the one I have the most now. I generally have that with any cereal or as a drink alone. I usually have almond milk in my smoothies. I have had some dairy milk today but don't have much these days.


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well i eat a lot of spicy food so i drink milk to ease the pain.
   
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well i eat a lot of spicy food so i drink milk to ease the pain.
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I’m lactose intolerant, so I’ve tried about all the different non dairy mills on the market. Or at least the one's that are available in my area. My favorite is cashew milk, followed by coconut milk. Almond is a distant third. Oat and rice both taste good, I just don’t want all the carbs. soy and hemp are both pretty bad unless they are sweetened and flavored.

For anyone else that’s lactose intolerant and wants “real” milk, give goat milk a try. It contains no lactose and can be easily digested by anyone that can’t do cows milk. It can be expensive, and the taste varies greatly by brand. The first one I tried tasted like a petting zoo. Literally. It was like trying to drink milk that smelled exactly like a petting zoo. Worst thing ever. Tried a different brand that, I think, pasture feeds their goats instead of just penning them up and feeding them whatever. It tasted much better, but the store stopped carrying it.


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Iím lactose intolerant, so Iíve tried about all the different non dairy mills on the market. Or at least the one's that are available in my area. My favorite is cashew milk, followed by coconut milk. Almond is a distant third. Oat and rice both taste good, I just donít want all the carbs. soy and hemp are both pretty bad unless they are sweetened and flavored.

For anyone else thatís lactose intolerant and wants ďrealĒ milk, give goat milk a try. It contains no lactose and can be easily digested by anyone that canít do cows milk. It can be expensive, and the taste varies greatly by brand. The first one I tried tasted like a petting zoo. Literally. It was like trying to drink milk that smelled exactly like a petting zoo. Worst thing ever. Tried a different brand that, I think, pasture feeds their goats instead of just penning them up and feeding them whatever. It tasted much better, but the store stopped carrying it.
I tried goats milk once and never liked it. The same for goats cheese as well. Cashew milk sounds like it would be nice.
   
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