Cow's milk is a common staple, but non-dairy milk alternatives are becoming more popular because of allergies, personal tastes, and dietary restrictions. There are many kinds of milk that don't have cheese in them.
Almond milk has few calories and fat, but it doesn't have any protein or fiber. It's a good choice if you can't have cheese, but don't eat it if you're allergic to nuts.
Coconut milk is low in calories and has little protein and no carbs or fiber. It tastes great in drinks and foods, but it doesn't have any protein.
Rice milk is made from rice, water, and other things. It is low in allergens and tastes mild. Per 100ml, it has 47 kcal, 1g fat, 9.5g carbs, and 120mg calcium.
Cashew milk, which is made from cashews and water or butter, tastes sweet and nutty. High in vitamins and minerals but low in protein.
Hemp milk comes from hemp seeds and tastes and feels like nuts. Since it is low in THC, high in full protein, and low in carbs, it is a great choice for vegans and people who are watching how many carbs they eat.
Soy milk is a dairy alternative that is low in calories, high in protein, and has all of the amino acids. Avoid if you have trouble digesting short-chain carbs called FODMAPs.
Macadamia milk is a creamy and healthy plant-based milk, with only 3% nuts. Low in calories and fat, high in protein and healthy fats.
To keep healthy when eating Indian food, use the correct cooking oil. Olive oil is a healthy fat that is great for hypertension patients.