Lactose/Casein intolerant? Let us make Almond Milk


Most commercial almond milk manufacturers produce their almond milk to appeal to their mainstream customers, who are not looking for a health food, and don’t care about almond milk benefits.  They are looking for a non-dairy version of cow’s milk that looks and tastes like the real thing.  

If you are looking for a healthy product, you will want to stay away from most commercial almond milk full  of empty calories from the sugar and very few, if any, nutrients in return. Your best alternative is to make homemade almond milk.

Homemade almond milk is quick and easy to do!

I whip it often, and happy to demonstrate to you, when you come for your next Reflexology/Reiki session.  Just Ask Me. 

You take one part whole, soaked almonds to four parts clean water and blend in a blender, then strain into a glass pitcher or jar. If you want sweetness, add a few pitted dates or a few drops of stevia and a pinch of sea salt. Store this in the refrigerator, and you will always have pure, clean, nutritious almond milk that you can feel good about drinking (and is inexpensive, too).