"With the right products and substitutions, we can all take preventative measures to keep ourselves strong and balanced. Good Karma Flaxmilks provide the kind of nutrition and sustenance that every person needs to keep their heart strong. With all the best ingredients, and the added benefit of Protein, Good Karma has made the kind of cardiac-conscious beverage that any person looking to protect their heart should be drinking--and, with nearly 50% of U.S. women developing a heart condition during their lifetime, that means everyone.
I proudly endorse Good Karma Flaxmilk because no other Milk Alternative Product comes close to delivering the Nutrition and Heart Wellness of the GK Flaxmilks."
Martha Gulati MD MS FACC FAHA
Ohio State University
Director of Cardiac Disease Prevention and Women's Cardiovascular Health
Hungry Girl reviews our Flax Milk
May 14th, 2012, Hungry Girl
This may just be the find of the year! Made from omega-packed flax seeds, the new milk swap is free of dairy, gluten, and soy; plus it has as much calcium as regular milk. It's also EXTREMELY creamy and delicious, and (unlike some soy and almond milks) it has absolutely no aftertaste. SCORE!
In Unsweetened, Original, and Vanilla, a cup has 25 - 60 calories, 2.5g fat, 80mg sodium, 1 - 11g carbs, 0g fiber, 0 - 11g sugars, and 0g protein (PointsPlus® value 1 - 2*). Click to find some near you (it'll be in the fridge section), and prepare to fall in love. (And YES, the unsweetened one has just 25 calories per cup!)
Phil Lempert Supermarker Guru reviews our Flax Milk
May 2, 2012, Phil Lempert Supermarket Guru
This product is a HIT! If you have tried soy milk as an alternative to dairy, try this Flax Milk. The flavor and mouth feel are perfect, not too vanilla and not too watery, no aftertaste and most impressive, 8 ounces contains 1200 mg of omega 3s.
With just 60 calories and just as much calcium as cows' milk this beverage is cold pressed from unrefined flax seed oil. One glass is just 2 1/2 grams of fat, but does have 11 grams of sugars which come from evaporated cane sugar.
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Among these foods are Flax (via Flaxmilk, Flaxoil, Flax seeds), broccoli, red wine, and green tea.