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Human Breast Milk vs. Cow’s Milk

This is a very thought provoking article on cow’s milk vs. human breast milk. James McWilliams ponders on the absurdity of humans not questioning the fact that cow’s milk is far from ideal for humans, and that it entails much exploitation of cows and intense marketing by the milk industry. He says, “Given that drinking the milk of one’s own species provides the most natural source of nutrition known to mammalian life, it’s strange–or perhaps just a testament to the marketing geniuses in the milk industry–that everyday consumers of conventional bovine milk rarely pause to ponder the implications of supping on the stolen secretions of another species.”

Please visit Milk of human kindness denied to dairy cows 
 
Cow’s milk is for calves. Milk is very species-specific and is intended to be a food source during infancy. Humans have strayed away from the natural world and drink milk from other species -- mainly cow’s -- and do so throughout all stages of life. This causes much suffering to cows and their babies, and has serious repercussions on human health.
 It’s time to listen to our inner wisdom, God’s will, and stop the exploitation of God’s animals. Showing compassion to them helps us make mindful choices.


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