Oat milk, now forgive me if I ramble on an veer off on tangents, but I am so amazed at the change in my abdomen shape in the past three days that I have to share this with you.
I have tried oat milk on an doff over the past 6 weeks, as I have been creating smoothies and other recipes for vegans and lactose intolerant clients, but I made a conscious decision to stop taking cow milk and just use oat. I have omitted eggs, cheese but not live yogurt, I can’t go without that!!
So on Saturday the cow milk finished and I opened my oat milk carton. I knew I liked the taste as I had previously tried it. So from 11am Saturday to tonight Wednesday 11pm I can say I have no bloating, no cramping, no excess gas, and I have felt more energised.
Why? I am not too sure, so here are some facts taken from www.provitamil.com
Provitamil Oat Drink is a high quality, non-dairy alternative to milk. Packed with the goodness of oats, plus added calcium and vitamins, and it is made right here in the UK.
As well as providing nutrition from the oats themselves, Provitamil is also the perfect solution for lactose intolerance. Ideal for drinking straight out of the fridge, or adding to cereals, Provitamil is just as enjoyable as a comforting hot drink.
Great for cooks
It’s even perfect for cooking because oats naturally absorb flavour. That means the cheesiest of cheese sauces, the fruitiest fruit smoothies and totally mushroomy mushroom soups.
Backed by science
There’s even a bit of science behind it. Until January 2014, the oat drink market was dominated by one supplier. Then along came Provitamil Oat Drink. When Sheffield Hallam University asked a panel of milk alternative consumers which they preferred for appearance, smell, flavour and texture, Provitamil either matched or beat its rival every time. When asked which they preferred overall, Provitamil came out on top, thanks to its creamy taste and texture.
Why not put it to the test yourself and make Provitamil Oat Drink a core part of your healthier lifestyle.
Try some for yourself
Why not try Provitamil Oat Drink for yourself, to see how well it fits with your lifestyle?
A healthier lifestyle
At Provitamil, we want to give you more than a great product, we want to help you to use it in a heathy lifestyle.
Livestrong also recognises the health benefits and states “oat milk contains 10 minerals and 15 vitamins. Just a cup of oat milk contains 36 percent of the recommended daily allowance, or RDA, of calcium. Oat milk also contains 10 percent of the RDA for vitamin A, which is twice as much as cow’s milk. If you suffer from anemia and are looking for vegan options for iron intake, one serving of oat milk contains 10 percent of the RDA.”
“A surprising fact about oat milk is that it contains more calcium in one serving than regular cow’s milk. Oat milk contains 36 percent of the RDA for calcium, while one serving of whole milk contains 28 percent. This fact allows you to get a good dose of calcium each day even if you are lactose intolerant, since oat milk is lactose-free. Many people who are lactose intolerant choose other sources for lactose-free milk, such as rice milk or soy milk. Oat milk might be a better choice for you, because it’s typically cheaper to buy, or you can even make it yourself.”
So that is why I have changed… will you?
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