collaboration! Thanks Gail!

Dear Dr. Weeks:

I have been dairy-free for 25 years, and have never felt better in my life. I read your blog today recommending that people try going without dairy for 2 weeks to see how they feel, and I was really inspired by it.

You may wish to note some of my favorite products that have made my dairy-free life easy and delicious, and even share them with your patients:

Earth Balance Buttery Spread (now available in a soy-free version, too!)
Purely Decadent ice creams (made with either coconut milk or soy)
Follow Your Heart cream cheese and sour cream alternatives
So Delicious Coconut Milk Beverages (without a doubt, the best-tasting milk substitutes ever!)
So Delicious Coconut Milk Yogurt (with live active cultures)
Soyatoo Whipped Topping (just like whipped cream, and they’re coming out with a rice-based version, too!)
Daiya Vegan Cheeses (the best tasting and melting cheese substitutes to date)
So Delicious Coconut Milk Kefir (with 10 live/active cultures)

I hope you find that helpful.


Gail _______

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