July 18, 2011

Silk Soyamilk.


Two weeks ago, I have decided to stop drinking milk and drink soyamilk instead. I had been planning the switch for months now, but had difficulty finding the soyamilk that I like. Until I tasted Silk and discovered that it doesn't have the soya aftertaste (except perhaps, the unflavored one). Above all, it is cholesterol, lactose and dairy-free!

A little family trivia: My youngest sister D had fresh soyamilk when she was a toddler. She was breastfed as an infant and when she turned about one year and a half, Mom gave her fresh soyamilk. I remember bottles of hot soyamilk delivered to us every morning from Miller Hospital. And among the four of us (siblings), D is the healthiest. She doesn't have allergies, she has the most beautiful skin, and she's not (never was) overweight.


Silk® is a perfect choice for your healthy lifestyle. Every drop of our soymilk begins with natural beans grown without genetic engineering right here in North America. Try them in a shake, as a substitute for milk in recipes, or straight up on their own.

{grabbed from the Silk website}


I usually take Silk Chocolate with peanut butter sandwich and banana slices and Silk Vanilla with banana topped with peanut butter and chocolate syrup. Some days, I eat my cornflakes with Silk Chocolate. Just perfect!


Silk comes in 946ml and 240ml tetra pak and in different flavors you could choose from -- Original, Vanilla, Very Vanilla, Chocolate, Pure Almond, and Organic Vanilla.

Since drinking soyamilk, I've been feeling a lot lighter. Now, if I could just bring myself to exercise and run again! :D

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Visit the Silk Website for more information & health benefits.

You can get Silk from leading Supermarkets in the country.
It is also available in all Starbucks stores.

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8 comments:

  1. I LOVE Silk! We've been buying Silk for our household every week since we got married, so that means it's been three years of silky-sweet yumminess! I love the chocolate flavor--it's my daily indulegence, hahaha!

    Try this: Blend the following:

    - 1 cup Silk chocolate soy
    - 1/2 cup blueberries
    - 1 medium size banana
    - 1/2 cup plain yogurt
    - 4 ice cubes
    - a little bit of water

    You'll love this smoothie! I have it once a week!

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  2. woww ate pagkakita naho sa photos kay lami man jd kaaju i inom ani nga soya milk. I´m convinced nga lami jd ni ate.Silk should hire you as their official photographer. Bonggacious jd ka ate.

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  3. Just discovered your blog! Super nice!!!

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  4. Martine: Thanks for the smoothie recipe, Martine! I couldn't imagine chocolate and blueberry together, but I will try this! :)

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  5. Carina: Thank you! You have a really nice blog, too! Just visited! :)

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  6. your photography, as usual is awesome! i hardly paid attention to what you wrote because i was too busy looking at the pictures! heheheheh. sorry ai! =)

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