Clean Eating

Food for Thought


Creamy, milky and not the least bit nutty, a new batch of plantbased milks is stepping up the non-dairy competition. Switch up your usual dairy or nut-milk rotation with), Oatly oat milks () and Ripple pea milks (). Flax and pea are a natural source of plant-based omega-3s while oat milk offers the added benefit of heart-healthy beta-glucans. Smoothies, coffee, cereal or oatmeal, or enjoy on its own.

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