Why and how to replace cow’s milk in your diet?

Published on : 21 October 20212 min reading time
To stay healthy, eating healthy foods is recommended. Doctors and dietetic specialists have set up very diversified diets for all categories of people. Their goal is to balance the diet and nutrition of people. Currently, organic has become a trend for many people. Thus, milk also follows this dietary evolution, where the consumption of cow’s milk has become a practice to be banned.

Cow’s milk: why replace it?

In the past, cow’s milk was very useful for the diet or nutrition of people from the youngest age to the oldest. Before the discovery of other types of milk, it was very essential to the diet of all. Cow’s milk was used in many areas of nutrition, from raw milk to its products after processing.  But why this idea of replacing cow’s milk? Even if cow’s milk is indispensable, a multitude of reasons push specialists in this field to want to replace it. For example, lactose or cow’s milk intolerance affects a large number of people. Other factors that push to replace it: the vegetarian lifestyle which is very popular, but also the relatively high rate of fat and toxin that compose it, as well as osteoporosis.

What can we replace cow’s milk with?

Like all criticisms made after the consumption of cow’s milk, several solutions have been put in place for its replacement. And after scientific and biological research, but especially in the food industry, cow’s milk can be replaced by other milks such as sheep’s milk, but ideally by plant-based milks. This conclusion was reached after a long study comparing the calorific value of cow’s milk and vegetable milk.

Replacing cow’s milk with plant-based milks: how to do it?

By replacing cow’s milk, plant milk enters the human diet. What are these plants from which you can get milk? You can have as vegetable milk: milk from nuts such as almond, hazelnut or coconut, milk from cereals such as rice milk or soy milk. Nutritional experts are constantly looking for new plants that can provide good milk.

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