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Is it a common British trait genetically? Just wondering
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cow milk?

I know human milk is a diuretic.
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cow milk?

I know human milk is a diuretic.
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Cows milk
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you probably lack the enzyme that digests milk.

usually Brits do fine with milk.
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Native British? About 5 or 10%. Worldwide, about 75%.
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Wikipedia lists lactose intolerants as 5-15% of the British population.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Rare, but not shockingly so.
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Lactose intolerance
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Re: Health Question: Is it normal to get diarrhea after drinking milk?
you probably lack the enzyme that digests milk.

usually Brits do fine with milk.
 Quoting: Windsage4 nli 625711

Ok I'm half British with a spark of French on my mother's side and Ulster Scot (N. Irish on my fathers side)

Would this genetic issue be an ethnic British genetic trait say possibly Romanichal?
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Wikipedia lists lactose intolerants as 5-15% of the British population.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Rare, but not shockingly so.
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I'm Blood type B- would that have an effect?
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I have the same problem. My doctor said I have a milk protein allergy, which means that anything I eat with milk the intestines get rid of as quickly as possible, which means I get no food value out of it.

This is NOT the inability to digest milk SUGAR,(which I forget the name of), but the two conditions CAN occur together.

As for being genetically British, my father's last name was Payne which is about as English as you can get.

hf
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I have the same problem. My doctor said I have a milk protein allergy, which means that anything I eat with milk the intestines get rid of as quickly as possible, which means I get no food value out of it.

This is NOT the inability to digest milk SUGAR,(which I forget the name of), but the two conditions CAN occur together.

As for being genetically British, my father's last name was Payne which is about as English as you can get.

hf
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My father's last name is McFarlane and my mother's last name is Kemp. I love the name Kemp because it can be used as a male first name.
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Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest milk sugar, COW's milk sugar, that is. Milk protein allergy (COW's milk) is something else.

I do fine on goat's milk, no problems. By the way, butter is fine, too. Butter is pure milk FAT, not enough protein left to cause any problems.
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Wikipedia lists lactose intolerants as 5-15% of the British population.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Rare, but not shockingly so.

I'm Blood type B- would that have an effect?
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I understand that being type B is also rare in Britian
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Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest milk sugar, COW's milk sugar, that is. Milk protein allergy (COW's milk) is something else.

I do fine on goat's milk, no problems. By the way, butter is fine, too. Butter is pure milk FAT, not enough protein left to cause any problems.
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Can you get Ice cream made from goats milk?
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Can you get Ice cream made from goats milk?
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If you could, it probably wouldn't be good. yak

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Cows' milk is nutritionally imbalanced for human consumption. It has proteins that are difficult to digest, it's low in brain-boosting essential fatty acids like GLA, it's low in important minerals like magnesium, and virtually every single gallon of non-organic milk purchased in the United States is contaminated with pus.

That's right pus is allowed in cows' milk you buy at the grocery store. Tests show that the levels of pus in cows' milk routinely exceed those allowed by federal law. Also found in cows' milk is blood, hormones, bacteria and of course homogenized milk fats due to the processing of milk.

Stop drinking milk and your diarrhea will disappear.

If you worried about your daily requirement of calcium a cup of cooked quinoa has more calcium than a cup of milk, and if you really want to get a healthy dose of bone building minerals like calcium and magnesium, take
chlorella supplements.
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Can you get Ice cream made from goats milk?


If you could, it probably wouldn't be good. yak
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There must be another way this rarity gene thing is such a pain in the a$$
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Can you get Ice cream made from goats milk?


If you could, it probably wouldn't be good. yak
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Why not? Depends on how the goats were fed, how their milk tastes.

Make your own ice cream, get a recipe, play with it. Making ice cream is not hard with a good ice cream maker and a good recipe. Mmmmm, chocolate!
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Re: Health Question: Is it normal to get diarrhea after drinking milk?
Cows' milk is nutritionally imbalanced for human consumption. It has proteins that are difficult to digest, it's low in brain-boosting essential fatty acids like GLA, it's low in important minerals like magnesium, and virtually every single gallon of non-organic milk purchased in the United States is contaminated with pus.

That's right pus is allowed in cows' milk you buy at the grocery store. Tests show that the levels of pus in cows' milk routinely exceed those allowed by federal law. Also found in cows' milk is blood, hormones, bacteria and of course homogenized milk fats due to the processing of milk.

Stop drinking milk and your diarrhea will disappear.

If you worried about your daily requirement of calcium a cup of cooked quinoa has more calcium than a cup of milk, and if you really want to get a healthy dose of bone building minerals like calcium and magnesium, take
chlorella supplements.
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Why not? Depends on how the goats were fed, how their milk tastes.

Make your own ice cream, get a recipe, play with it. Making ice cream is not hard with a good ice cream maker and a good recipe. Mmmmm, chocolate!
 Quoting: lynleo 672805


I've had goat's milk before. I can't imagine it being good for sweets. Cheese, yes; ice cream, no.
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Re: Health Question: Is it normal to get diarrhea after drinking milk?
Why not? Depends on how the goats were fed, how their milk tastes.

Make your own ice cream, get a recipe, play with it. Making ice cream is not hard with a good ice cream maker and a good recipe. Mmmmm, chocolate!


I've had goat's milk before. I can't imagine it being good for sweets. Cheese, yes; ice cream, no.
 Quoting: The Guy

Is there a soy ice cream if so I could try that out. I love ice cream but hate what it does to me.
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Trader Joe's puts out a fantastic tofu ice cream sandwich.
My husband, who is lactose intolerent, can eat them all night. Worth a try if you have a Trader Joe's or similar store.
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Trader Joe's puts out a fantastic tofu ice cream sandwich.
My husband, who is lactose intolerent, can eat them all night. Worth a try if you have a Trader Joe's or similar store.
 Quoting: sunglassed woman 699196

I hear that soft soy can be made into deserts too. I will also look for Trader Joe brands and see what I can find
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Is it a common British trait genetically? Just wondering
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It's lactose intolerance.
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Forgetting the milk protein problem for a second, lactose intolerance is a bit of a misnomer and should correctly be called pasteurization intolerance because raw milk is so much easier to digest compared to pasteurized milk. This is due to the presence of lactase, the enzyme that breaks down milk sugar and which many humans are unable to produce. The experts I have spoken with deny the presence of lactase in raw milk; however, it is the friendly bacteria in raw milk that facilitate the creation of lactase in the intestine where it is needed. That is why lactose-intolerant people can drink raw milk without a problem. Pasteurization kills these friendly bacteria.
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Soy Delicious and Rice Dreams are two good alternatives. I have always loved ice cream, but every alternative health care professional I have ever seen has made it a point to let me know what huge no-no it is to consume ice cream.

While Americans love and enjoy their favorite sweet treat, the overwhelming majority of ice cream eaters don't have a clue of the harmful chemicals contained in their favorite brands of ice cream. Ice cream is harmful? But it tastes so good! Chocolate, French Vanilla, Neapolitan, Cookies N Cream, Praline Pecan, Strawberry, Chocolate Chip, Butter Pecan, Mint Chocolate Chip, Rocky Road, Marble Fudge, Chocolate Fudge and a host of other ambrosial flavored brands - harmful? How so? Ice cream is so innocent, Djehuty! It's as American as baseball and apple pie. Children love ice cream! What's so bad about ice cream?

Well, lets look at it. First of all, ice cream is a dairy product. It is derived from an animal, a grafted (man-made) animal at that. The black and white dairy cow is a crossbreed of a water oxen and a buffalo. It is not a natural creature to the earth. Now on the other hand, the golden brown cow that is common and native to India and certain parts of Africa is natural. This is a real cow and is held in high esteem by the Indians. In fact, the cow is sacred to the Indians.

Because ice cream is a dairy product, it is animal excreta, because it is excreted from the tit of a cow. Animal excreta is liquid meat!

Now you often hear me refer to ice cream as snot cream. Why? Because ice cream not only creates snot (mucus) in the body, it is full of snot (liquefied mucus) itself. All of the strip cups in the world cannot prevent mucus from mastitis (inflammation of the mammary gland) from entering the milk supply.

I also said previously and can prove (via video) that milk (and therefore ice cream) contains feces. The milk filters always contain a brown film on it. This brown film is cow manure! Tasty, huh?

Now since ice cream is derived from a female animal, and all female animals in America are shot up with synthetic chemical hormones to make the cows develop faster, ice cream is laced with synthetic hormones that greatly affect the female hormonal system (as well as men's hormonal system). These chemical hormones cause female reproductive area cancers in human females.

Dairy products are the biggest cause of leukemia, especially in young American children. Leukemia used to be a disease indicative of Caucasians, but now many African-Americans are dying of leukemia due to an increase of dairy products in the African-American diet.

A good movie to rent and watch that deals with milk and cancer (leukemia) is I Love Trouble starring Nick Nolte and Julia Roberts.

If the chemical hormones (synthetic estrogen) make the female cow grow bigger and develop faster, what do you think they do to young American girls who love to eat ice cream? These little young American girls are walking around at age 8, 9 and 10 with fully developed breasts and buttocks, something you didn't see in the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s. God and Mother Nature did not speed up the physical development of little girls. Man and his chemical food industry did!

So not only is ice cream full of snot, mucus forming, and laced with harmful chemical growth hormones, but ice cream contains a lot of other chemical additives that are injurious to health.

Did you know that many conventional and commercial brands of ice cream contain car antifreeze solution? Propylene glycol is an ingredient used in many ice creams. Propylene glycol is also used in radiator fluid (antifreeze). Propylene glycol is also used in many other so-called foods, such as cup cakes commonly found and sold at most conventional super caskets (oops, I mean, super markets).

Other additives found in ice cream include Piperonal, which is used in place of vanilla. Piperonal is a chemical used to treat lice. Diethyl glucol is a cheap chemical used as an emulsifier instead of eggs. It is used in antifreeze and paint removers. Butyraldehyde is used in nut-flavored ice cream and is one of the ingredients in rubber cement. Amyl acetate is a chemical used for banana flavor. However, it is also used as an oil paint solvent. Ethyl acetate is used for pineapple flavor. However, it is mainly used in industry as a cleaner for leather and textiles. Aldehyde C17 is a chemical used to flavor cherry ice cream but is used industrially as an inflammable liquid used in aniline dyes, plastic and rubber.

The list of additives in ice-cream sounds like a science project. Many nutritionists now refer to ice cream as the garbage dump food, and parents gladly allow their children to consume this stuff as an innocent sweet treat.

And I would be remiss if I didn't mention all the sugar that goes into ice cream. Ice cream is sweet because of the number one and most addictive drug in the world - sucrose (sugar)! And because the dairy industry is a part of the diabolical American food industry, they are very clever and now hide sugar under umbrella terms to fool the American people. Various forms of synthetic chemical sugars and sweetners can be found under such umbrella terms as Sucrol, maltose, dextrose, glucose, saccharin (or Equal), aspartame (or Sweet N Low), and xylitol to name a few. If you didn't know, saccharin and aspartame use will cause cancer. These chemical artificial sweetners are carcinogenic (cancer causing) and will kill you.

And because obesity is epidemic in America today, especially amongst African-American women, a great travesty (and tragedy), I must say a word or two about the fat content of ice cream. Ice cream, like all other dairy products is fattening. It is impossible to have anything fat free that is a dairy product, although you see products that say this. Low fat and nonfat products, to your great surprise, have fat in them. You can't trust the food industry!

And don't forget about that sugar! Remember, sugar converts into fat in the human body and is stored in the fatty reserves, e.g. buttocks, breasts, thighs, belly, and back arms. You know, so many women talk about losing weight, but all they really have to do is stop eating certain things. But most can't (even though they loudly and openly profess God, the Source of Strength), because they have no willpower, discipline, self-love or fortitude, which is predicated upon emotional blockages and spiritual imbalance.

So if you eat conventional and commercial brands of ice cream, i.e. Ben & Jerry's, Casket & Robbins (oops, I mean Baskin & Robbins); Dreyers, Bryers, Carnation, Hagen Daaz, etc., you might want to start reading the ingredients on the carton or box (if you don't want to die prematurely due to poor health).

Am I suggesting we do away with ice cream? Not at all! Ice cream is too core to American culture. It will always be around and people will always eat it, even if they know what goes into ice cream. As Brother Odis (my sidekick and ace partner) and I always say, the American people generally are dead, mentally, morally, ethically, spiritually, psychologically, and emotionally. Social, academic, and religious programming struck the fatal death blow to the minds and souls of the American people.

However, not all of us are dead and there is a health conscious revolution and movement presently taking place in America (and thank God!). As I always say, we have a choice in life! There are alternatives to dairy-based ice creams.

My little son love son loves ice cream. He reminds me of my little brother and my father who loved ice cream very much.

Well, if I let my little son (and daughter) eat ice cream, what kind do I let them eat? Good question! Because this is the major intent of this article, to introduce and educate about healthy nondairy alternatives to conventional ice creams.

Most good health food stores (e.g. Whole Foods Market, Nature Mart, Erewon, Wild Oats) carry a host of nondairy brands of ice cream that are far better and safer than regular dairy-based ice cream.

Alternative nondairy brands of ice cream include Rice Dream, Soy Dream, Carb Escapes, Freezees, Soy Delicious, Whole Soy, Tofutti, Natural Choice, and Sweet Nothings. I've actually found all of my old favorite brands of ice cream under these brands. Sweet Nothings produce a nondairy fudge bar and fruit bar. Natural Choice brand makes fruit sorbet. So whether you enjoy ice cream, sorbet, fruit bars or fudge bars, there's an alternative.

However, I must point out that although these brands are nondairy, you still have to read the labels for questionable ingredients, especially for the sugars. Rice Dream, Carb Escapes, Freezees, Soy Dream, and Soy Delicious seem to have the best ingredients, including sweetners. However, Natural Choice uses evaporated sugar in their sorbet, Whole Soy uses organic sugar, and Tofutti also contains a questionable sweetner. However, compared to the real thing, these brands are much healthier and ideal for the health conscious consumer and vegan.

In closing, ice cream is a treat. The American Heritage Dictionary defines treat as: A special delight or pleasure. You treat yourself to a treat or special delight as a reward or for a special occasion. You don't treat yourself to a treat such as ice cream every single day. The treat is a reward for something - hard work, accomplishment of a goal, good grades in school, promotion, etc. However, in America, due to luxury and lack of discipline and self-control, we eat treats every single day absent a special occasion and/or reward. This leads to gluttony. So now we have reward absent work and endeavor.

However, it is important to state or say that because most of our jobs are so stressful and demanding, we feel so bad (tired, lethargic, indolent, beat down, stressed) at the end of the day, we feel we need a treat (ice cream, cookies, chocolate, candy, wine). And subconsciously or unconsciously, this is why most of us end up with daily rituals of eating that special treat - that favorite brand of chocolate, cookies, candy, or ice cream; or even that special brand of wine to relax (and paralyze) the mind.

You would be wise to start reserving your special delights or sweet treats for the weekend, rather than engaging in them every single day during the week. Give yourself something to look forward to. That ice cream isn't going anywhere!
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Also, not sure where to buy farm fresh(raw) ice cream, but I would stay away from the soy stuff and go for some of the coconut cream products (if you're cool with agave nectar that is)
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I am, cheese is even worse.
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Soy Delicious and Rice Dreams are two good alternatives. I have always loved ice cream, but every alternative health care professional I have ever seen has made it a point to let me know what huge no-no it is to consume ice cream.

While Americans love and enjoy their favorite sweet treat, the overwhelming majority of ice cream eaters don't have a clue of the harmful chemicals contained in their favorite brands of ice cream. Ice cream is harmful? But it tastes so good! Chocolate, French Vanilla, Neapolitan, Cookies N Cream, Praline Pecan, Strawberry, Chocolate Chip, Butter Pecan, Mint Chocolate Chip, Rocky Road, Marble Fudge, Chocolate Fudge and a host of other ambrosial flavored brands - harmful? How so? Ice cream is so innocent, Djehuty! It's as American as baseball and apple pie. Children love ice cream! What's so bad about ice cream?

Well, lets look at it. First of all, ice cream is a dairy product. It is derived from an animal, a grafted (man-made) animal at that. The black and white dairy cow is a crossbreed of a water oxen and a buffalo. It is not a natural creature to the earth. Now on the other hand, the golden brown cow that is common and native to India and certain parts of Africa is natural. This is a real cow and is held in high esteem by the Indians. In fact, the cow is sacred to the Indians.

Because ice cream is a dairy product, it is animal excreta, because it is excreted from the tit of a cow. Animal excreta is liquid meat!

Now you often hear me refer to ice cream as snot cream. Why? Because ice cream not only creates snot (mucus) in the body, it is full of snot (liquefied mucus) itself. All of the strip cups in the world cannot prevent mucus from mastitis (inflammation of the mammary gland) from entering the milk supply.

I also said previously and can prove (via video) that milk (and therefore ice cream) contains feces. The milk filters always contain a brown film on it. This brown film is cow manure! Tasty, huh?

Now since ice cream is derived from a female animal, and all female animals in America are shot up with synthetic chemical hormones to make the cows develop faster, ice cream is laced with synthetic hormones that greatly affect the female hormonal system (as well as men's hormonal system). These chemical hormones cause female reproductive area cancers in human females.

Dairy products are the biggest cause of leukemia, especially in young American children. Leukemia used to be a disease indicative of Caucasians, but now many African-Americans are dying of leukemia due to an increase of dairy products in the African-American diet.

A good movie to rent and watch that deals with milk and cancer (leukemia) is I Love Trouble starring Nick Nolte and Julia Roberts.

If the chemical hormones (synthetic estrogen) make the female cow grow bigger and develop faster, what do you think they do to young American girls who love to eat ice cream? These little young American girls are walking around at age 8, 9 and 10 with fully developed breasts and buttocks, something you didn't see in the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s. God and Mother Nature did not speed up the physical development of little girls. Man and his chemical food industry did!

So not only is ice cream full of snot, mucus forming, and laced with harmful chemical growth hormones, but ice cream contains a lot of other chemical additives that are injurious to health.

Did you know that many conventional and commercial brands of ice cream contain car antifreeze solution? Propylene glycol is an ingredient used in many ice creams. Propylene glycol is also used in radiator fluid (antifreeze). Propylene glycol is also used in many other so-called foods, such as cup cakes commonly found and sold at most conventional super caskets (oops, I mean, super markets).

Other additives found in ice cream include Piperonal, which is used in place of vanilla. Piperonal is a chemical used to treat lice. Diethyl glucol is a cheap chemical used as an emulsifier instead of eggs. It is used in antifreeze and paint removers. Butyraldehyde is used in nut-flavored ice cream and is one of the ingredients in rubber cement. Amyl acetate is a chemical used for banana flavor. However, it is also used as an oil paint solvent. Ethyl acetate is used for pineapple flavor. However, it is mainly used in industry as a cleaner for leather and textiles. Aldehyde C17 is a chemical used to flavor cherry ice cream but is used industrially as an inflammable liquid used in aniline dyes, plastic and rubber.

The list of additives in ice-cream sounds like a science project. Many nutritionists now refer to ice cream as the garbage dump food, and parents gladly allow their children to consume this stuff as an innocent sweet treat.

And I would be remiss if I didn't mention all the sugar that goes into ice cream. Ice cream is sweet because of the number one and most addictive drug in the world - sucrose (sugar)! And because the dairy industry is a part of the diabolical American food industry, they are very clever and now hide sugar under umbrella terms to fool the American people. Various forms of synthetic chemical sugars and sweetners can be found under such umbrella terms as Sucrol, maltose, dextrose, glucose, saccharin (or Equal), aspartame (or Sweet N Low), and xylitol to name a few. If you didn't know, saccharin and aspartame use will cause cancer. These chemical artificial sweetners are carcinogenic (cancer causing) and will kill you.

And because obesity is epidemic in America today, especially amongst African-American women, a great travesty (and tragedy), I must say a word or two about the fat content of ice cream. Ice cream, like all other dairy products is fattening. It is impossible to have anything fat free that is a dairy product, although you see products that say this. Low fat and nonfat products, to your great surprise, have fat in them. You can't trust the food industry!

And don't forget about that sugar! Remember, sugar converts into fat in the human body and is stored in the fatty reserves, e.g. buttocks, breasts, thighs, belly, and back arms. You know, so many women talk about losing weight, but all they really have to do is stop eating certain things. But most can't (even though they loudly and openly profess God, the Source of Strength), because they have no willpower, discipline, self-love or fortitude, which is predicated upon emotional blockages and spiritual imbalance.

So if you eat conventional and commercial brands of ice cream, i.e. Ben & Jerry's, Casket & Robbins (oops, I mean Baskin & Robbins); Dreyers, Bryers, Carnation, Hagen Daaz, etc., you might want to start reading the ingredients on the carton or box (if you don't want to die prematurely due to poor health).

Am I suggesting we do away with ice cream? Not at all! Ice cream is too core to American culture. It will always be around and people will always eat it, even if they know what goes into ice cream. As Brother Odis (my sidekick and ace partner) and I always say, the American people generally are dead, mentally, morally, ethically, spiritually, psychologically, and emotionally. Social, academic, and religious programming struck the fatal death blow to the minds and souls of the American people.

However, not all of us are dead and there is a health conscious revolution and movement presently taking place in America (and thank God!). As I always say, we have a choice in life! There are alternatives to dairy-based ice creams.

My little son love son loves ice cream. He reminds me of my little brother and my father who loved ice cream very much.

Well, if I let my little son (and daughter) eat ice cream, what kind do I let them eat? Good question! Because this is the major intent of this article, to introduce and educate about healthy nondairy alternatives to conventional ice creams.

Most good health food stores (e.g. Whole Foods Market, Nature Mart, Erewon, Wild Oats) carry a host of nondairy brands of ice cream that are far better and safer than regular dairy-based ice cream.

Alternative nondairy brands of ice cream include Rice Dream, Soy Dream, Carb Escapes, Freezees, Soy Delicious, Whole Soy, Tofutti, Natural Choice, and Sweet Nothings. I've actually found all of my old favorite brands of ice cream under these brands. Sweet Nothings produce a nondairy fudge bar and fruit bar. Natural Choice brand makes fruit sorbet. So whether you enjoy ice cream, sorbet, fruit bars or fudge bars, there's an alternative.

However, I must point out that although these brands are nondairy, you still have to read the labels for questionable ingredients, especially for the sugars. Rice Dream, Carb Escapes, Freezees, Soy Dream, and Soy Delicious seem to have the best ingredients, including sweetners. However, Natural Choice uses evaporated sugar in their sorbet, Whole Soy uses organic sugar, and Tofutti also contains a questionable sweetner. However, compared to the real thing, these brands are much healthier and ideal for the health conscious consumer and vegan.

In closing, ice cream is a treat. The American Heritage Dictionary defines treat as: A special delight or pleasure. You treat yourself to a treat or special delight as a reward or for a special occasion. You don't treat yourself to a treat such as ice cream every single day. The treat is a reward for something - hard work, accomplishment of a goal, good grades in school, promotion, etc. However, in America, due to luxury and lack of discipline and self-control, we eat treats every single day absent a special occasion and/or reward. This leads to gluttony. So now we have reward absent work and endeavor.

However, it is important to state or say that because most of our jobs are so stressful and demanding, we feel so bad (tired, lethargic, indolent, beat down, stressed) at the end of the day, we feel we need a treat (ice cream, cookies, chocolate, candy, wine). And subconsciously or unconsciously, this is why most of us end up with daily rituals of eating that special treat - that favorite brand of chocolate, cookies, candy, or ice cream; or even that special brand of wine to relax (and paralyze) the mind.

You would be wise to start reserving your special delights or sweet treats for the weekend, rather than engaging in them every single day during the week. Give yourself something to look forward to. That ice cream isn't going anywhere!
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Thank you, you seem to really know your products, I'm going to check the grocer freezer from now on to look for better products to buy.
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