No Substitute

 

Have you ever wondered how foods like soy and almonds are turned into beverages? The answer is kind of surprising.

While these ingredients sound healthy enough on their own, the truth is it takes several not-so-healthy sounding ingredients to transform these foods into milk-like products. Read the label on milk substitutes and you won’t only find a longer list of ingredients than you will in milk, you’ll also find ingredients like magnesium phosphate and carrageenan.

It’s hard to improve on nature. For fewer ingredients and more complete nutrients, there’s no substitute for milk. Choose natural Washington milk.

Sometimes less really is more.

Can you guess how many ingredients are in these beverages?

  1. Rice beverage

    • a. 4
    • b. 5-6
    • c. 2
    • d. 8-10
  2. Soy beverage

    • a. 12
    • b. 5
    • c. 7
    • d. 13
  3. Almond beverage

    • a. 3
    • b. 5
    • c. 11
    • d. 6
  4. Coconut beverage

    • a. 5
    • b. 13
    • c. 6
    • d. 10
  5. Fat free milk

    • a. 3
    • b. 9
    • c. 7
    • d. 4

Answers: D, A, C, B, A

 
There is no substitutes. Choose Natural.
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