28-Day Dairy-Free Challenge

Could the dairy in your diet actually be causing health problems like weight gain, heartburn, joint pain, and even irritable bowel syndrome? Try this 28-Day Dairy-Free Challenge to see if milk is what’s slowing you down.

28-Day Dairy-Free Challenge

You grew up drinking milk and eating cheese – but could the dairy in your diet actually be causing health problems like weight gain, heartburn, lack of energy, high cholesterol, joint pain, lactose intolerance, and even irritable bowel syndrome? If these symptoms sound familiar, going dairy-free could be the solution to feeling and looking better. Try this 28-Day Dairy-Free Challenge to see if milk is what’s slowing you down.

Week 1: No Milk

The first step of the plan is easy: Replace milk with a non-dairy alternative! You can try almond, hemp, soy or rice milks – which are virtually free of saturated fat and cholesterol. They’re available for around $3 in major grocery stores.

To make sure you’re getting enough calcium and vitamin D, eat a daily serving of green vegetables like broccoli and kale. Additionally, spend 10 minutes in the sun every day. If you’ve got a sensitivity to milk or are lactose intolerant, you may experience less bloating and fewer stomachaches by following this step of the challenge.

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From road trip food to on-the-go health hacks, here's all you need to have a safe vacation from city to city.

Summer is the perfect time for a road trip! But do you wonder how you can stay healthy with all the fast food and potential health issues along the way? Things can go downhill for everyone pretty quickly. Here are 66 clever and easy tips for keeping the trip on track for health and fun.

1. Pack Compact Snacks to Avoid Overeating

Reuse a cleaned creamer bottle or fill up a new tackle box with healthy bites like nuts, seeds, berries, dried fruit, and granola. This way, you'll cut down on multiple snack bags and boxes and won't over-indulge because you can only have a small handful at a time.

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