How To Eliminate Carrageenan From Your Diet

Most food on the market, including the commercial organic ones, is adding carrageenan to their food. Yogurts, soy milk, and chocolates, just to name but a few, have some Carrageenan to thicken.  It is added in order  to keep the ingredients packed together. If you are allergic to Carrageenan, here is how to eliminate Carrageenan from your diet

If companies that manufacture products using Carrageenan can get competition from users of non Carrageenan deciding to make their own home made milk. Learn to make your own milk shakes.

You might just be a mere fan of DIY, or you are tired of taking Carrageenan, but whatever your reason, the non-milk are the best option for your taste buds.  Most milk alternatives are easy to whip up than you might think.  Best of all, they are loaded with fiber, minerals, vitamins, and phytonutrients. Unlike the milk, which are filled with Carrageenan, the home made plants, milk which is filled with sugar and other stabilizers.

Here is Soy Milk, one of the natural milk to use. If you got hot flashes take this protein rich soy milk is the best drink for you. It has naturally occurring estrogen which reduces menopausal symptoms due to the presence of isoflavones. The good news is, you can make it on your own. Here is how to do it:

  • In a cup of water, soak dried soybeans overnight
  • Drain the soy beans, then steam for 15 minutes
  • Blend using a blender with four cups of water until it is creamy and smooth
  • Strain and serve

This milk if preserved well and refrigeration, it can last for 3 days

Coconut milk is another substitute if you are looking out for milk, which is Carrageenan free.  When preparing tropical smoothies, or spicy curries, this milk will add extra flavor to your mixture. It is also rich in fatty acids which increases fat burning and reduces appetite, thus good for weight loss.

Here is how to prepare it:

  • One and a half cup of unsweetened coconut flakes with four cups of water
  • Blend until it is smooth
  • Strain and blend again and strain once more
  • Chill for 30 minutes in a wide mouthed container
  • Spoon off the solids
  • This milk if stored well under refrigeration, can stay up to 3 days.

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