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Confessions of a Proteinaholic: Why I Finally Ditched Dairy

Confessions of a Proteinaholic: Why I Finally Ditched Dairy

My journey to ditching dairy was probably easier than it was for most people. For starters, I was born with a severe milk allergy. Milk is one of the most common allergens, and the majority of the world cannot digest lactose, the sugar in dairy products. All this to say, most cultures and people live just fine without eating cow’s […]

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Dairy Industry Creates ‘Calcium Crisis’ to Sell Cow’s Milk

Dairy Industry Creates ‘Calcium Crisis’ to Sell Cow’s Milk

In an attempt to offer sound advice, the Duchess of Cornwall warned the younger generations against “ridiculous” fad diets—specifically those eliminating dairy—as a precaution to the onset of osteoporosis. This well-intentioned yet misled comment was given at a press conference for the Royal Osteoporosis Society and heard around the world thanks to the lightning speed of international online media. Unfortunately, […]

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Moo-ve Over! Einstein Bros. Increases Dairy-Free Menu Options

Moo-ve Over! Einstein Bros. Increases Dairy-Free Menu Options

As plant-based eating becomes more mainstream, Einstein Bros. Bagels, the nation’s leading bagel house, is highlighting its dairy-free bagels. Seventy percent of bagels on the Einstein Bros. Bagels menu are dairy-free, including the Plain Bagel, Everything Bagel and many more. The non-dairy Caribou Coffee Almond Milk Latte is joining its dairy-free bagel counterparts on Einstein Bros. Bagels menus across the […]

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Dairy and Leukemia

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Cow’s Milk Casomorphin and Autism

Opiate-like casomorphins liberated from the cow’s milk protein casein are accused of participating in the cause of such conditions as: autism, crib death, type I diabetes, postpartum psychosis, circulatory disorders, and food allergies. More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org

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Height Associated With Cancer Risk

Height Associated With Cancer Risk

Tall women have a greater risk for various cancers, compared with those who are shorter, according to a new study by the American Association for Cancer Research. Researchers analyzed the data from 144,701 postmenopausal participants from the Women’s Health Initiative and found that as height increased, so did risk of cancers, including thyroid, kidney, colon, ovarian, and breast cancers. The […]

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Got Proof? Lack of Evidence for Milk’s Benefits

Got Proof? Lack of Evidence for Milk’s Benefits

Milk can promote weight gain, cancer, osteoporosis, acne, acid reflux, allergies, diabetes, heart disease, and more… There is no biological requirement for cow’s milk. It is nature’s perfect food but only if you are a calf. The evidence of its benefits is overstated, and the evidence of its harm to human populations is increasing. The white mustached celebrities paid by […]

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Cow’s Milk-Induced Infant Apnea

Cow’s Milk-Induced Infant Apnea

The opiate-like effects of the casomorphin in cow’s milk may have a depressive effect on the respiratory center of infants and lead to “milk apnea,” in which babies temporarily stop breathing and are placed at risk for sudden infant death syndrome (crib death). Read full article: http://nutritionfacts.org/2012/06/21/cows-milk-casomorphin-crib-death-and-autism/ More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org

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Emily Deschanel promotes Vegan Diet

Emily Deschanel promotes Vegan Diet

Emily Deschanel is encouraging other mothers to boycott cow’s milk. The ‘Bones’ actress has teamed up with animal rights organisation PETA for a new video campaign, urging women to show compassion for mother cows by raising their children on vegan diets. The 36-year-old actress – who has a 20-month-old son called Henry with her writer husband David Hornsby – says […]

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The Fate of Dairy Calves

The Fate of Dairy Calves

Confused, frightened, abused… these precious little calves suffer terrible cruelty because humans want to drink cow’s milk and consume other dairy products: cheese, ice cream, yogurt, butter… More information: http://whyveganguide.com/author/aramfaghfouri/

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