4 Simple Steps to Make Homemade Almond Milk



If you’re looking for something to replace dairy or soy milk, almond milk is a delicious, and healthy, replacement. And almond milk has a ton of health benefits. It has:

  • 30% of recommended daily value of calcium — supports bone health and immune function
  • 50% of the daily amount of vitamin E — supports skin health
  • Zero cholesterol or saturated fat
  • Low glycemic — supports blood sugar levels already in the normal range
  • Lots of B vitamins, iron and riboflavin — supports healing and muscle growth
  • Fiber — great for digestive system
  • Zero lactose

And it’s easy to make. Try out this simple 4-step recipe:

Almond Milk

**It’s important to note that almond milk doesn’t provide as much protein or calcium to be a complete substitute, so make sure you receive adequate amounts from other sources. One cup only has one gram of protein versus 8 grams in cow’s milk, and 2 milligrams of calcium versus 300 milligrams in cow’s milk.

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