The Milk Alternative that Supports Healthy Skin & Hair.



Prior to quarantine, I enjoyed checking out local coffee shops in the area in search of the perfect chai latte.  After placing an order, I was often asked what type of milk I preferred.  As long as it wasn't cow's milk, I pretty much didn't care which of the remaining options they use. 

 It's all the same, right?

While plant-based milk is often a better option than dairy, they aren't all created equal.  

I learned today that one milk, in particular, supports our beauty goals and I'd like to tell you all about it.

The milk I'd like you to get into is....oat milk.

I've never tried oat milk before but now it's on my grocery list.  Being at home has inspired me to make coffee shop quality chai lattes at home.  Lately, I've really been into cashew milk or macadamia nut milk.  But now I'm switching sides and opting for oat milk.  

Apparently, oat milk is really nutritious which makes sense because oats are pretty healthy.  Oak milk fans really love the slightly sweet taste and smooth, rich texture.  But there's more to love than just the taste of oat milk.  With each serving, you'll also enjoy a little added fiber to your diet.  Aside from fiber oat milk is also loaded with lipids, b-vitamins (necessary to promote cell production and regeneration), vitamin D, and iron,   It's important to note that oats typically contain a small amount of silica and biotin which is also great for healthy hair growth.  Beyond beauty benefits, oak milk is said to help promote healthy cholesterol.  

If you want to boost the beauty benefits of your oat milk, dissolve a couple of scoops of collagen powder to intensify its greatness.   Unlike my beloved cashew or macadamia nut milk, oat milk seems to be readily available on store shelves so it'll be easy to switch.  

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