⚠️ VEGAN BEVERAGE⚠️ Today I would like to give an option to people who are lactose intolerant or to those who just avoid foods or beverages with lactose.
@smoothieking is a place where they will offer you a variety of smoothies for different purposes, like fitness, slims blends, etc. .
One of my favorite is the “Dark Chocolate Banana”. You can also add strawberries 🍓 and almond milk. The consistency of this blend is perfect, not too watery not too thick. This smoothie is not cloying at all (at least for me), actually I consider it very refreshing. You will also administer to your body around 12g of protein —depends on the size of your drink. .
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Let me know in the comments down below your favorite smoothie flavor. 🤩
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Do you find yourself feeling a little queasy in the belly after consuming dairy?
Have you considered the possibility that you may have a lactose intolerance?
This all comes down to the body’s inability to digest lactose - a sugar molecule found in milk + milk products.
Normally it is broken down by an enzyme called lactase & ends up in our blood stream as glucose.
Unfortunately, for some people it isn’t quiet that easy.
People with a lactose intolerance do not have enough of the enzyme lactase to break down the lactose found in such products.
Ice-cream, ricotta cheese, yoghurt + reg milk all contain large amounts of lactose & may trigger a belly ache after consumption.
Other cheeses like parmesan, cheddar, swiss & camembert all contain lower levels and may be consumed without full effect.
If you do find yourself having trouble and are your worried about your calcium intake here are some non-dairy sources: cereals, breads, canned fish, soybeans + leafy greens!
Trying out the GNC Wheybolic protein powder. This is my 3rd time drinking it and no stomach issues! For my bariatric friends or sensitive tummy friends look into this one. I’ve tried sooo many and can’t handle them. The guy said this one is very stripped down, whatever that means, so people with lactose intolerance or bariatric patients can drink it. The chocolate is amazing too!
Double shot espresso over ice, vanilla protein powder, Unsweetened vanilla almond milk. #momjuice
Thank you to @mrsbrazo for finding this and letting me try hers before purchasing ❤️ you da best
Literally could eat this everyday! 😜
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Thank you Ombar for making such a delicious chocolate I can actually eat! I was recently told that I’m lactose intolerant and although dark chocolate is great, I’ve still really been missing milk chocolate, lacto and dairy free chocolate are rubbish but yours is perfect! Coconut 🥥 really is the perfect ingredient. Thank you Fodders in Hereford for selling such amazing stuff!!! #ombarchocolate#coconut#lactoseintolerantproblems#lactoseintolerant#organic#chocolate#cacao
So, I camped with a friend this weekend who is lactose intolerant. She also has skin issues that could possibly be related to consumption of said lactose, Not to mention some of the well know side effects. The phrase of the weekend was “But I can’t give up ...”. Here’s the thing: you can. You find substitutes and work-around. You don’t continue to eat the one thing that is making you sick and expect to get better. #oilsintheshire#onlineoils101#lifewithlemons#citrusfreshandsunshine
Συζήτηση με Ρηνιώ: - Πόσο μηνών είσαι? - 8 1/2, μου λέει! -Και γω, της απαντώ! - Αλήθεια; Πόσο; -20! -Τι 20; - Λεπτών!
Με κοιτάει, της δείχνω, και της εξηγω!!! (1 brownie 1 cake 1 oreo... ok και 1 lemon tart μετά... )
If you've got her milk in your glass you've paid for it to be stolen from the only one that deserves it and needs it....her baby! If you've got it they haven't!! For cows to produce milk, they have to give birth to a calf. Standard dairy industry practice is to separate calves within 24 hours of birth.
A strong mother/infant bond is formed between cow and calf in the first few hours after birth, making their separation extremely traumatic. Both the cow and calf bellow and show obvious signs of distress when they are separated, often continuing for several days, leaving those within earshot in no doubt that it is a harrowing experience for both. Cows will attempt to get to their calves and they've been known to be able to break separation fences.
The cow will be re-impregnated two to three months after the calf is removed and forced to endure this emotional suffering again and again, every year until she is worn out. Professor John Webster describes the removal of the calf as the “most potentially distressing incident in the life of the dairy cow”. Male calves are of no use to a dairy farmer. If not shot shortly after birth, they will be sold and raised for veal. Current estimates are that 100,000 to 150,000 bull calves are shot within hours of birth in the UK every year. A Guardian analysis shows that it can cost a farmer up to £30 per calf to sell it on for beef or veal, while early disposal costs just £9, making it more financially viable for the farmer to choose the latter option. Female calves will eventually enter the dairy herd, replacing worn out cows (their mothers). #dairyfreeliving#dairyfree#dairy#dairyfreeicecream#dairyfreelife#dairyfreefood#lactoseintolerant#lactoseintolerantproblems#lactose#dairyindustry#notyourmumnotyourmilk#milkreplacement#milkalternative#milk#crueltyfreeworld#govegan#veganalternative#milksubstitute#veganfortheanimals#veganforlife#veganfortheplanet#vegangirl#veganknowledge#dairycows
Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day! 😍 Chocolate Peanut Butter Bowl topped with Banana! Call it a smoothie bowl, call it nice cream. Either way I’ll call it a breakfast success! #eatchocolateforbreakfast