Thick, runny ice cream on a steamy-hot day. So delicious!
But have you noticed lately that your favorite dessert treat has been coming with a nasty case of abdominal pain, bloating, gas and maybe even diarrhea?
There’s a reason and it’s probably not what you think.
Your body’s ability to digest dairy declines with age.
After a certain age, our digestive systems just don’t generate the dairy-processing enzymes they once did.
Did you know experts estimate that 48% of women over 45 experience some degree of lactose intolerance or sensitivity?
Our decadent indulgence also unfortunately leads to additional weight gain.
So now, not only do you have digestive issues to contend with, you’re also saddled with embarrassing fat.
Now we can’t imagine life without ice cream, can we? So what are some of our options?
If you love vanilla or chocolate, next time you’re at the supermarket, check your supermarket’s freezer.
There you’ll find some great dairy-free options.
There are several big name brands that are sympathetic to your gassy plight and created some great alternatives.
And if starting your day include an ice-cool coffee shake, instead of indulging in stomach cramps, I encourage you to try frozen cashew milk.
Frozen cashew milk boasts a smooth, creamy texture. And it’s just 150 calories per serving.
You can also find it in your grocer’s dairy aisle. See? You don’t have to give up the things you love. And more importantly, you don’t have to fight your diet.
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