The mass-produced dairy products are a disease-fueling, mucus-causing cocktail labeled as the would-be protectors to fight osteoporosis. For many people, the almond milk looks like the right replacement.
It seems like it might not be the case, at least taking into account the way that the commercial almond milks are being produced.
Plus, here is the fact that California’s drought is precisely imperiling the livelihood of the almond farmers and the things are constantly becoming more hopeless for almond milk lovers.
How many almonds are really in the almond milk?
Although the almond milk doesn’t have the harmful mixture of growth hormones, antibiotics, and the health dangers of factory farming, it looks like it really offers very little real nutritional value.
If you are now drinking a glass of almond milk, you might want to put it down, because this fact might infuriate you: it looks like a half gallon carton of almond milk has less than a handful of almonds.
One analysis of the United Kingdom almond milk brand named Alpro unveiled that almonds just make up 2 percent of the total drink.
When it comes to some big brands in the United States whose bottom lines are soaring, the formulation may not be a whole lot distinct: one agent for the Almond Board of California said that the combination of ingredients is really similar between the United States and United Kingdom almond milks.
Yes, you read correctly, just 2% of almond milk is almonds. We think that a more suitable term should be “colored water that might contain a hint of almond.”
But, it doesn’t have any of those deadly side effects of the dairy products.
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