While hanging out with few of my friends and acquaintances last evening, one of them raised a question. “I lost 50 lbs., and my wife lost over 30 on the Living Wonderfully lifestyle routine, but we have a four year old who is asking for ice-cream. Is there a healthy version, considering it’s dairy?” I always get this question, not only when I do seminars, but actually by many readers of my book. Therefore, the answer is about to be revealed in this forum.
I understand that my answer may be somewhat controversial to some, and may upset many others, but honesty is a priority, as my reputation is the most important asset that I possess! Therefore, here is my answer… Dairy is dairy is dairy is dairy, loaded with hormones and casein, as I discuss in my book in Chapter 7 – Dairy. Therefore, I cannot, in good conscience, endorse or recommend any dairy-based ice cream or frozen yogurt product.
So, is there a healthier version of ice cream? Yes, there is something equally as satisfying, but we cannot call it ice cream because it has no dairy in it. The interesting point is you make it at home using one or two fruits, and the result is an ice cream-like texture, and just as delicious.
This is definitely not an endorsement of any product, as the manufacturer is not paying me, but I have to give credit where credit is due. The machine that I am about to reveal works, as we have owned one for approximately 5 years.
The next time your child asks you for an ice cream, you can take a ripe frozen banana that you froze couple of hours before hand, and perhaps a frozen strawberry or couple of blueberries and make a dessert! It will take you less than a minute to create an ice cream-like concoction that your child may truly enjoy. …Before you ask, fruits do contain fructose, thus use your discretion, and do not overload your child with this or any other dessert.
So, what is it? Well, it is called “Yonanas”. It is available everywhere. Below are the shortest videos I could find in order to give you an idea of how the machine works.
Now you should not feel bad feeding your child ice cream-like dessert, which is almost indistinguishable from the hormone-loaded ice cream. Just make certain that your child does not have health related issues, as all bets are off. Therefore, check with a competent physician.*
*Opinions provided are not by a medical professional. Please consult with your physician