For the most part, rice milk is as far from 'Paleo' as you can get... it's a grain derivative, very high carb (33 grams of carb per serving... might as well just eat sugar), highly processed and nutrition poor.
Have you considered coconut milk? How about kefir (very easy to make your own, and it's healing to the gut... especially if you use coconut milk)? Making plain green smoothies (veggies and fruit only... no milk)? Using a low-carb, high quality (grass-fed) whey protein powder and water as your smoothie base?
Kefir: the not-quite-Paleo superfood chriskresser.com/kefir-the-not-quite-paleo
Homemade Coconut Milk Kefir www.marksdailyapple.com/homemade-coconut-m
Guidelines for Green Smoothie Consumption for Optimal Health Benefits. greensmoothiesblog.com/guidelines-for-gree
Fruit & Green Smoothie Recipes www.incrediblesmoothies.com/green-smoothie
30 Delicious Green Smoothie Recipes www.oatmealinmybowl.com/the-kitchen/30-del
Primal Fuel (protein powder) primalblueprint.com/products/Primal-Fuel.h
Bulletproof® Upgraded™ Whey www.upgradedself.com/whey?___store=default
All of these options would much better alternatives to dairy than rice milk would be.
Having said that, anyone with food sensitivites has to find their own way through the nutritional mine field, and sometimes you just do the best you can within your limitations.
Edited by: _RAMONA at: 1/6/2013 (02:51)
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