Does anyone see any red flags in unsweetened hempmilk and Almond Breeze?
They seem fine to me, but I may be missing something.
While the occasional servings of whole fat Greek yogurt and heavy whipping cream would have to be pried from my dead hands, I'm trying to phase out of milk. Hempmilk and Almond Breeze seem like wonderful alternatives.
Unsweetened Original Hempmilk has 1 gram of carbs, 6 grams of fat and 1 of protein per serving. It's made of hemp nut base (filtered water, hemp nut, natural flavors (potential problem?), tricalcium phosphate, carrageenan, sea salt, vitamin a palmitate, vitamin D2, riboflavin, and vitamin b12.
Unsweetened Chocolate Almond Breeze offers 3 grams of carbs, 3.5 of fat, and 2 of protein per serving. It has purified water, almonds, cocoa (dutch process), tapioca starch, calcium carbonate, sea salt, potassium citrate, natural flavor (as in...?), carrageenan, soy lecithin, vitamin a palmitate, vitamin d2 and d-alpha-tocopherol (natural vitamin e).