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Your Kids Can Enjoy a Hearty Breakfast even if they're Lactose Intolerant

Your Kids Can Enjoy a Hearty Breakfast even if they're Lactose Intolerant

A hearty breakfast is one that is nutritious, makes your children feel satisfied and provides them with good energy to start their day.

There are so many health benefits to having a nutritious breakfast.

The breakfast favored by many Americans includes foods with low nutritional value and foods containing cow milk products, which are high in lactose.

There is a way for lactose intolerant children to enjoy a nutritious, satisfying breakfast without suffering afterwards.

What is Lactose Intolerance?

Lactose intolerance occurs when the body cannot properly digest lactose, a natural sugar found in cow milk. 

If someone is lactose intolerant they can experience gas, bloating, stomach cramps, nausea, and sometimes vomiting, or diarrhea about 30 minutes to two hours after eating or drinking foods that contain lactose.  

So many common breakfast foods contain cow milk so they are “off limits” for lactose intolerant people.

The Average American Breakfast is Not Very Hearty

One of the most common breakfast foods in the US is cold cereal and milk. 31% of people who eat breakfast, opt for cold cereal. 10% opt for a bagel, toast, muffin, or pastry.

There is limited nutritional value in boxed cereal, breads, and pastries. High in carbohydrates, they are likely to boost blood sugar and then cause an energy crash.

Reasons It’s Important to have a Really Nutritious Breakfast

Eating a breakfast with enough nutrition to satisfy and power-up your children's body will help:

  • Manage their appetite so they can make it to lunchtime without needing snacks.
  • Improve their concentration and focus.
  • Make them feel happier. When the body lacks nutrition, a person almost always feel more “down.”
  • Better overall health. If kids skip breakfast, they are more likely to eat snack foods high in cholesterol, sugar and saturated fat, increasing their risk of inflammation and gaining excess weight.

Your Kids Can Enjoy a Hearty Breakfast even if they're Lactose Intolerant

If you have a child (or children) who are lactose intolerant, they can still enjoy some favorite breakfast foods, such as oatmeal, omelets, scrambled eggs, pancakes, waffles, or smoothies without using cow milk.

There’s a milk you can use in all your recipes that is more nutritious than cow milk and less allergenic – it’s camel milk!

Camel milk is becoming more and more popular in the US because it’s packed with vitamins and minerals and contains high proportions of anti-bacterial and anti-viral substances, antioxidants, and immune system boosters. In fact, camel milk is considered a superfood because of its high nutritional value. Camel milk has more calcium than other milks and beneficial levels of bioavailable minerals – selenium, zinc, potassium, magnesium, copper, iron, and other minerals. It also has 3 to 5 times more Vitamin C. 

Camels are unique animals, and they produce a unique milk, one that has a different nutritional profile to cow milk. While camel milk does contain some lactose, it’s usually very well tolerated by lactose intolerant children and adults.

Camel milk is a light, pleasant tasting milk so can be used to replace cow milk in all your recipes.

Camelicious camel milk powder is 100% whole camel milk from grass-fed camels. It’s non-GMO, gluten free and does not contain any added antibiotics or hormones.

Interested in trying camel milk in all your favorite breakfast foods? Click here to try 2 packets of Camelicious camel milk powder for 24% off and free shipping.

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