How To Make Almond Milk (And 6 Reasons Why You Should)

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Homemade Almond Milk

Almond milk is gaining exposure as an alternative to milk and soy for those with allergies, yet also among the more health conscience.  3 Fat Chicks On A Diet discuss 6 Health Benefits of Almond Milk that might just convince you to make the switch from cow milk or soy milk to almond milk.

Benefit #1: Weight Management

Plain almond milk without added sugars or flavoring contains 60 calories per each 8 oz serving size. This option works well for people looking to lose or maintain weight.

The low caloric content of almond milk causes less of an impact on our totally daily consumption of food calories. Some milk varieties contain more sugars than the cereal that they get combined with.

Benefit #2: Heart Health

Benefit # 2 Heart Health

Almond milk contains no cholesterol and only 5 mg of sodium per serving. Consuming foods low in sodium and cholesterol help us to maintain better heart health and normal blood pressure.

Without cholesterol, almond milk also decreases our chances of gaining bad cholesterol levels, all while increasing the good cholesterol levels. Almond milk also contains 150 mg of potassium in every serving. This mineral works to promote healthy blood pressure.

Click here to read all the health benefits of almond milk.  And if you’re ready to make your own almond milk then click the link to the two recipes below from Raw Food Chef, Joy Houston.. It’s really easy to make and you’ll enjoy having it fresh anytime you want it.

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