SOURCE ET SUITE
COMMENT L' INDUSTRIE LAITRIERE VOUS MENT DEPUIS TANT D' ANNEES
NON, LE LAIT NE VOUS PROTEGERA PAS DES FRACTURES OSSEUSES, ET OUI, LE LAIT EST LIE A CERTAINS CANCERS
This video by Vox illustrates the
facade of the dairy industry perfectly. As they point out, despite the
fact that consumers can get the daily recommendation of calcium,
potassium, and protein from fruits and vegetables, the dairy industry
has spent billions of dollars to convince you otherwise. The dairy
industry convinced parents and children that the only way they were
going to “grow up to be big and strong” was by chugging a big ol’ glass
of milk. What they left out was the fact that milk actually doesn’t protect against bone fractures, and oh yeah, it’s linked to certain types of cancer.
IL SEMBLERAIT QU' IL EXISTE UN NOUVEAU LAIT VEGETAL..
UN PEA PROTEIN MILK, SUIVRE LE DERNIER LIEN DE L' ARTICLE PAR CURIOSITE
POUR LE MOMENT LES MEILLEURES VENTES DE LAIT VEGATAL C' EST LE LAIT D' AMANDES..
With this vital information left out of the equation, the dairy
industry has been able to lobby their way into schools, touting milk as a
nutritional powerhouse. Luckily, despite all of their embellishing,
many people have been able to wake up to the fact that milk is not as amazing as they paint it to be. Research shows that hormones and cow’s bodily fluids make their way into the milk, disrupting our own systems. Even some governments
have started to lower their daily dairy intake, and are instead placing
emphasis on the other portions of the dietary guideline “plate,” such
as fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes.
With new information about the dairy industry coming to light,
consumers have started to look for cleaner options to replace the creamy
“U.S. milk consumption has been steadily declining by 25 percent per
capita since the mid-1970s. Americans, on average, drink 37 percent less
milk today than they did in 1970, according to data from the USDA,”
said Nil Zacharias,
Co-Founder of One Green Planet, “On the other side, non-dairy milk
sales are up 30 percent since 2011, representing a $2 billion
category, and growth is expected to continue outpacing dairy milk sales
at least through 2018. Consumers don’t want milk anymore, and better
alternatives are growing every day.”
In fact, the non-dairy milk market has surged within the past few years. Almond milk sales, in particular, have increased by 250 percent from 2000-2o15 to almost $895 million.
New nut-free and soy-free alternatives, made from hemp, rice, and
vegetables, have also been cropping up. The latest release, a milk
formulated from pea protein, shows great potential since it appeals to
consumers looking to avoid soy as well as nuts. Plus, pea-protein milk has a much smaller environmental impact than almond and boasts more calcium and nutrients overall.