Learn How To Make Soy Milk At Home


In this past few years of my experience as a practicing Nutritionist, I have been opportune to meet a few patients that are lactose intolerant. Those that are lactose intolerant do not have the ability to digest the sugar lactose found in milk and some milk products thereby leading to bloating (accumulation of gas in the stomach), diarrhea and other symptoms. This is usually due to lack of lactase enzyme produced in the small intestine. As they avoid this important food, they tend to lose a lot of nutritional benefits. In view of this there is need for them to consume milk substitutes that do not trigger any intolerance but supply good nutrients to the body. A typical example is Soy milk, a plant based source of milk that does not contain lactose and so cannot lead to intolerances.

Method To Make Your Own Soy Milk

Soy milk is quite available in many grocery store but most of the processed soy milk have higher amounts of food additives that could trigger some health conditions. It is essential and cost effective to learn how to make this milk substitute at home.

Soy Milk

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Oladipupo Abioye
Oladipupo is a Pediatric Nutritionist with Lagos State Ministry of Health. He is an adventurous foodie and loves to teach and render presentations on foods and nutritional topics at different symposia. He loves Messi but Chelsea FC is his baby.

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  1. Fully explanatory lesson you gave there. Thank you very much. As a chocolate lover:D, I will like to know the methods to do to add a chocolate flavor (like Vitamilk choco) or other flavors if desired. Thanks

    1. Yea, you could add chocolate. Dissolve the chocolate powder in warm water to the right consistency and add to the finished soy milk. Stir appropriately and your chocolate soy milk is ready.

  2. Thank 4 d explanation Ladi. I want to ask, I already bought the powdered soya from a friend. Is dre a way I can turn that to the milk form. Pls explain if dre is. Thank you.

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