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#21 WishClean

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Posted 19 December 2013 - 12:53 AM

He was asking for the best alternative to milk, well, in that case, if he doesn't like dry cereal I think rice is the least harmful. Yes, there might be a grain sensitivity, but rice is not the worst grain to digest, there are far worse. I was going to suggest flax milk as well, but that might be more risky than rice milk. In any case, he can't starve himself. I agree that it's far healthier to cut out all grains, but I personally find it hard to fuction, let alone stand, without a little bit of grains every day. I tried full paleo and it wasn't for me, although it did help my skin.


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Posted 19 December 2013 - 07:35 AM


He was asking for the best alternative to milk, well, in that case, if he doesn't like dry cereal I think rice is the least harmful. Yes, there might be a grain sensitivity, but rice is not the worst grain to digest, there are far worse. I was going to suggest flax milk as well, but that might be more risky than rice milk. In any case, he can't starve himself. I agree that it's far healthier to cut out all grains, but I personally find it hard to fuction, let alone stand, without a little bit of grains every day. I tried full paleo and it wasn't for me, although it did help my skin.

Actually, the OP is a paleo dieter and didn't mention cereal or milk substitutes. And didn't ask for anything.

Milk only came up because someone told him he needs to eat soy because its a major source of vitamin E in the average diet.

Edited by alternativista, 19 December 2013 - 07:38 AM.

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