9 Simple Ways to Instantly Boost Your Plant-Based Milk

If you have been looking for ways to easily add more flavor, color, variety, and nutrition to your plant-based milk, look no further. We have found 9 simple ways to instantly boost your plant-based milk.

 

According to Mercola, “Raw cacao powder contains more than 300 different chemical compounds and nearly four times the antioxidant power of your average dark chocolate – more than 20 times than that of blueberries. Protein, calcium, carotene, thiamin, riboflavin, magnesium, sulfur, flavonoids, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids are also present.”

We paired the cacao boost with Elmhurst Peanut Milk with Chocolate

 

 

Healthline states that ginger is “is among the healthiest (and most delicious) spices on the planet.” It lists some of the following benefits of ginger: “can treat many forms of nausea, including morning sickness, may reduce muscle pain and soreness, may drastically lower blood sugars and improve heart disease risk factors, can help treat chronic indigestion, and may significantly reduce menstrual pain.”

We paired the ginger boost with Elmhurst Peanut Milk with Chocolate.

 

 

Among the many health benefits of maca, VegKitchen lists these: “a rich source of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids (20 different kinds — that’s just about all of them!), and antioxidants, increased physical and mental energy, improved skin health, and mood and hormone balance.”

We paired the maca boost with Elmhurst Walnut Milk.

 

 

WellnessMama calls spirulina “the most nutrient dense food on the planet.” She states, “The concentration of protein and vitamins in Spirulina has led many to classify it as the “most nutrient dense food on the planet.” Compared to other foods gram for gram, it lives up to this reputation and is a great source of: protein, Vitamin B1, Iron, and Calcium.” For the Vegan Athletes out there, she says that it’s “known to increase fat burning during exercise.”

We paired the spirulina boost with Elmhurst Brown Rice - Barista Edition.

 

The Medicine Hunter went to Chile, right to the source of the Maqui Berry. He then reported benefits such as, “reducing the risk of a variety of degenerative diseases that involve inflammation, inhibiting the growth of colon cancer cells, helping to prevent the oxidation of cholesterol in the blood, and proving to be a beneficial aid in weight control.”

We paired the Maqui Berry with Elmhurst Milked Cashews.

 

Food Matters stated, “These berries are famous for their incredible medicinal properties, which not many people are aware of nowadays.” They went on to list benefits such as, “cancer fighting agents, high levels of antioxidants, potent immune booster, helps you lose weight, powerful energy booster, anti-aging properties, and amazing skin benefits.”

We paired the Acai Berry boost with Elmhurst Unsweetened Almond Milk.

 

Pure Healing Foods says that camu camu has, “more Vitamin C than any other food (1/2 teaspoon of powder provides more than 400% the Daily Value!)” They go on to state that, “In comparison to oranges, camu camu provides 30-50 times more vitamin C, ten times more iron, three times more niacin, twice as much riboflavin, and 50% more phosphorus.”

We paired the camu camu with Elmhurst Oat Milk.

 

 

According to the Gloabal Healing Center, in ancient records the “lucuma fruit was said to be used to support skin health and digestion.” The article also states benefits such as, “supporting cardiovascular health, possibly decreasing the effects associated with hypertension, and support for normal blood sugars, giving researchers hope for finding additional nutritional support for those with type II diabetes.”

We paired the lucuma with Elmhurst Hazelnut Milk.

 

 

Dr. Axe states, “Moringa is an excellent source of protein, vitamin A, potassium, calcium and vitamin C. Just how strong is moringa? According to Kuli Kuli, an organization that harvests moringa plants in Africa and makes them accessible to customers in the the U.S. and other western nations, gram for gram, moringa contains:

  • two times the amount of protein of yogurt
  • four times the amount of vitamin A as carrots
  • three times the amount of potassium as bananas
  • four times the amount of calcium as cows’ milk
  • seven times the amount of vitamin C as oranges

We paired moringa with the Elmhurst Almond Milk.

 

 

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