Dairy is one of the most inflammatory foods and one of the first areas that I explore when working with a client on an autoimmune diet. Yet walking into the non-dairy milk section of the grocery store can be overwhelming! Here are a couple things I recommend keeping in mind when making your selection. First, decide which non-dairy option you want to try. I recommend almond or coconut milk. (Soy in general is so highly processed so I would avoid it, but if you do choose soy make sure to get organic.) Next, select the original unsweetened version. This means no added sugar. And last, check the ingredient list. Select one that doesn’t have carrageenan in it. It’s an emulsifier that is known to cause a lot of digestive upset and suggested to be a carcinogen. These 3 steps should give you a good foundation to start. Have you tried non-dairy milk? If so, what’s your fav and how do you use it?