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    Alternative to Milk/Soy/Coconut Milk






    I am currently allergic to the following items and looking for a milk-like product: Almonds, Dairy (milk/cheese), chocolate. I have heard soy milk is no good for males. Is there any alternatives so that I can mix my egg protein to make a shake besides water??
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    Coconut milk is pretty good, loaded with magnesium too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale Mabry View Post
    Coconut milk is pretty good, loaded with magnesium too.
    Unfortunately, I am allergic to coconuts as well. Is Flax Milk okay?


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    I'd take it easy on flaxseeds, especially if you have other nut/seed issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhawkin1 View Post
    I am currently allergic to the following items and looking for a milk-like product: Almonds, Dairy (milk/cheese), chocolate. I have heard soy milk is no good for males. Is there any alternatives so that I can mix my egg protein to make a shake besides water??
    Have you tried raw milk?

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    Raw milk being different than cows milk? I am pretty sure I'm allergic to all dairy. Cheese is another that popped up


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    Quote Originally Posted by jhawkin1 View Post
    Raw milk being different than cows milk? I am pretty sure I'm allergic to all dairy. Cheese is another that popped up


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    Raw milk is cow's milk, straight from cow, no pasteurization. Many food allergies are caused by how food is treated to increase its shelf life. Many who cannot tolerate pasteurized milk have no problems with raw milk. Might be worth a try for you. Good luck.

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