We found the right milk for you!

There are lots of reasons why more and more people are cutting out on cow’s milk and exploring alternative substitutes to it. When you visit a supermarket you may find a whole range of Almond milk, Oat milk, etc.  There’s a huge demand for these products, as 6 out of 10 Indian households now use an alternative to traditional milk in smoothies, cereals and cooking.


For instance, cow’s milk can be difficult to digest for many; this could be because of the low levels of the lactase enzyme present in human body, making it hard to digest the sugar (lactose) in cows milk. There are many brands who claim that they have found a way to eliminate lactose from cow’s milk, but a certain percentage shall always remain.


Read further to know what suits you best!


Traditional cow’s milk

What is it?

It is a product with protein and sources of calcium. This type of milk contains natural sugar like lactose which is an enzyme that is naturally present in dairy milk. Milk is extracted from non-human mammals while they are lactating. Humans regularly consume milk of other mammals after the domestication of animals during the development of agriculture.


On the other hand, there has been a concerning link between cancer and dietary hormones – estrogen in particularly present in Cow’s milk and various dairy products. Among the roots of human exposure to estrogen’s, we are mostly concerned about cow’s milk, which contains considerable amounts of female sex hormones, causing hormonal imbalance in young girls, and early menopause in adult women.


Why is it great for you…?

Cereal, porridge and in hot drinks, and is naturally nutritious.


How it tickles your taste buds…

Mild and creamy

And you can cook…

Ideal for sauces and bakes

Soy or Soya milk

What is it?

Soya ‘milk’ can be compared to the protein content of cow’s milk and is also low in fat. Cholesterol levels can be managed through soy-based foods and in order to achieve this you need about 25g soy protein, or 3 to 4 glasses of soya milk a day. Some brands are even fortified with calcium and vitamin A and D. Take care as you may be allergic to soy products, soy must be avoided by men due to high levels of estrogen.


Why is it great for you…?

Non-dairy drinkers who are looking for low-fat options – check that your brand is natural and does not include added calcium and vitamin A and D. Mixes well in tea and coffee. It must not be fortified.


How it tickles your taste buds…

Nutty and thick, but not sticky


And you can cook…

Works well in baking

Almond milk


What is it?

A blend of almonds, purified water, iodized salt, vanilla beans and dates! Each serving has natural calcium and vitamins, including D and B12. It is best recommended for lactose intolerant people, but people who enjoy the taste of almonds could lap up the goodness of Almond milk too!


Why is it great for you…?

People, who have Vitamin B12 deficiency, should definitely opt for Almond milk! It is an instant energy booster!


How it tickles your taste buds…

A subtle nutty flavour – choose for day-to-day use.


And you can cook…

Used in desserts, smoothies, pancakes, energy drinks, etc!


So, whichever one you go for – Cow, Soy or Almond! Only you know what’s best for you! Each one has its own benefits and if you like you can incorporate all of them in your diet, but we are partial towards Almond Milk.



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