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Milk substitute anyone?

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  1. Charan

    Charan Full Member

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    Hi everyone,

    has anyone found an acceptable substitute for milk (for tea and coffee). I'm really struggling without my usual cuppa :cry:. I've switched over to white and green teas but I would love a normal cup of coffee or tea . Any help will be much appreciated.
     
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    A lot of us have skimmed milk in coffee/tea

    I havent had any problems with ketosis or weight loss doing it
     
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    I have semi skimmed milk in my tea as normal and I've not had any problems :)
     
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    I'm not drinking tea atm because I can't cope with it black. I am however using a bit of diluted shake in coffee. anything other than the strawberry works fine.
     
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    I dont drink tea and coffee but know a few people use a little vanilla shake , and other use a splash of skimmed milk with no problems
     
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    Confession time again - I have had skimmed milk in my morning tea from day 1. The rest of the day I drink water and green tea.
    I think it was Starlight who said - 'I did not put on weight with a bit of skimmed milk!' - I agree, neither did I and if losing weight takes a bit longer so be it. At least this way I can stick to it.
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    oh thank god!! Cheers everyone!! you have no idea how happy thats made me to hear no-one felt a negative impact.

    :bliss:

    I have been really strict with this as I really want this to work (granted it's only been a few days!!). BUT having a proper cup of tea makes all the difference.

    yay!! thanks!
     
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    I use soya milk. It has virtually no carbs and is pretty low in calories too. Tastes ok.
     
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    The Asda Smart price longlife unsweetened soya milk is great....lower in carbs than other soya milk and cheap. I prefer it to normal milk now! :D
     
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    I use unsweetened soya milk too, but i've always used that over normal milk.
     
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