The Good Egg: Milk’n It
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Happy Happy Tuesday! Yesterday, you identified a “bad habit” you would like to change or get rid of completely. Hold on to that thought as you read today’s challenge.
Rank your confidence and motivation for making the habit change on a scale of 1–10 (1 being very little and 10 being a lot). Do that right now and then scroll down….
If you are not at least a 6 on both, you are not ready to change the habit. In order to make a habit change more attainable, you can simplify it. For example, instead of eating an entire carton of ice cream each night, try eating just a half of a carton each night. Definitely more doable, right?
aaand now, my seamless transition from ice cream to…
Tasty Tuesday: MILK!!
Again, like yesterday, let’s talk about some healthy habits that many of us have experimented with: different types of milk. That’s right, you may be a cow milk drinker, an almond milk drinker, a soy milk drinker, an oat milk drinker, or even a pea milk drinker. Why do we choose these and what are the benefits or downsides or these drinks? I chose the lowest calorie options for each milk to compare them all.
*usually these drinks are served sweetened because their unsweetened versions taste bland.
Also, did you know the process for making milks that are non-dairy? The ingredients (almond, oats, soy, peas, etc.) are soaked in water, blended, and strained.
Check out some pretty sweet (yes, pun intended) smoothies on this website.
Hope you enjoyed learning about the different types of milks out there!
-The Good Egg
-The Good Egg 🐣