The very word brings to mind vibrant images of cows voraciously grazing on verdant pastures in full view of the midday sun and conjures up images of free-flowing creamy, white frothy liquid reminiscent of something out of a childhood dairy commercial. Milk has been a staple household commodity in Sri Lanka for centuries, prided on for its high calcium content, versatility and of course, default taste.
The road to healthy weight gain as with anything begins with seeking medical assistance. Not only can you get a rough idea on how to increase meal intake – but you will also receive the breakdown of what you should be consuming (including weight gain supplements). In most cases, you should probably hold off the fat burning exercises till you achieve an ideal weight.
1. SOY MILK
A popular substitute for dairy milk, soy milk is made by blending soybeans and water. It is often sold either sweetened, unsweetened and/or flavoured.
2. COCONUT MILK
Coconut Water vs. Coconut Milk: What’s the Difference?
A close substitute to cow’s milk, coconut milk’s texture is reminiscent of that of whole dairy milk. It has a higher fat percentage compared to other plant-based milk options at around 5 grams of saturated fat per cup.