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May 28, 2009


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I love Soy & Almond Milk, you should give it a try. Leave cows milk for their babies.

I stopped consuming all dairy in February of 2008, and my health has improved dramatically. I have tried to tell people that a dairy free life is a healthy life.

In doing research to back up my claims, I discovered the hideous, ugly truth about the dairy production which has only deepened my resolve to help family and friends to stop consuming dairy.

I now use Trader Joe's Light Coconut Milk (OMG ~ yummy!) on my cereal, and either soy or almond based coffee creamer. My chronic pain issues have virtually disappeared, after living for more than 25 years with fibromyalgia and frequent, full-blown migraines. My Integrative M.D. tells me that dairy contributes to both conditions, and after ceasing the consumptioin of dairy products, I am living proof that she is right.

Thank you for this post! It was informative to me as I didn't know before that the veal and dairy industries were so inter-connected. This is definitely further inspiration to me to remain vegan. :)

Thank GODDESS for you, Jasmin... Dairy is the CRUELEST food their is. I've written two blogs on alternatives that will hopefully help people in their going dairy-free! Check 'em out:

Great article. I always thought veal was disgusting but it's true--people don't think how interconnected veal and dairy are. You can't have one without the other. All the more reason to be vegan.

Cow's milk is for calves. There's a reason so many people have lactose intolerance. It is not a natural food for humans. Soy milk is delicious and full of healthy plant protein. Switch away from the cruelty that abounds in dairy farming.

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