Dairy Free

A dairy free diet is one free of all milk and milk products – including whey, lactose, and casein. Although we are taught at a very young age, that milk and milk products are very healthy for everyone, often, these dairy products are the root cause of health issues for so many of us. If you are holding on to extra weight that you can’t shed or even constantly bloated with gastrointestinal distress, you may want to rethink your dairy consumption. Milk, butter and ice cream often cause many to end up in the bathroom after a meal. Is it really worth it? Other benefits of going dairy free include clearer sinuses and nasal airways, clearer skin with no acne, a healthier diet, and improved energy.

If you are considering going dairy free, the only way to know your intake is to track your nutrition. Register with us at Focused on Fit and track your intake for free. We can help you go dairy free.


What happens when you go Dairy Free


Plant-based Porridge With Blueberry Jus

Craving oatmeal but can’t take the carbs? Try this porridge chock full of quinoa, chia seed and almonds. It’s so warm and tasty on a cold autumn morning.


Arbonne’s 30 Days To Healthy Living Chicken And No Dumplings

Don’t skimp on comfort with this meal. Cold nights on a diet = this recipe. Throw this in the crockpot and you won’t have to feel guilty about “indulging” at the end of the night. Yum!


Strawberry Shortcake Smoothie

Who knew cashews could provide such creaminess?? They are the secret ingredient in many of our dairy free dressings and smoothies. This smoothie has all the creaminess and sweetness of strawberry shortcake without the side of guilt. Enjoy!