You can get other sources of protein from other non-daily foods like broccoli, kale, edamame, collard greens and bok choy. Bascially, stick to eating vegetables and you're set.
In addition to vegetables, try eating figs. They're rich in fiber and potassium. Fig's also have the added bonus of providing you with magnesium, which helps with maintaining strong muscle function, steady heart rhythms, and strong bones.
Oranges yield high calcium content: 74 milligrams in one large orange and 27 milligrams in a glass of orange juice. Of course, you get all that vitamin C as well.
The best milk substitutes are almond milk and soy milk. If you opt for the latter, opt for organic soy milk.
Avoiding milk will be a life style change, but it will be a healthier one that will leave you brimming with vitality.
Got milk? No thanks, I'm good!