Did you know?
of people cannot digest the lactose in dairy
increased risk of breast cancer in women who had more dairy
of dairy products contain at least 15 bovine hormones
gallons of water produces only 1 gallon of milk
Do you want the energy and clarity to achieve peak performance in your daily life?
Is Dairy Making You Sick?
It’s estimated 65% of the worlds population experience some form Lactose Intolerance, with an even higher prevalence among African Americans, Hispanics, Ashkenazi Jews, Asians, and Native Americans.
Find out if you might have it and what you can do about it with our quiz!
What does dairy-free food look like?
Our Switch4Good Around the World GoodBowls stimulate your senses and fuel your body to take on the toughest workouts and most demanding days. Chef-created and athlete-approved, these simple-to-follow recipes will transform the way you eat—for good.
Why Ditch Dairy
Everyone can benefit from ditching dairy. Whether you’re looking to improve your health, raise a family, optimize athletic performance, protect the environment, or stand up for social justice, you can do so by going dairy-free. Learn more about the implications dairy places on all of these topics.
The Switch4Good Podcast
Olympic medalist Dotsie Bausch, together with Baywatch actress and certified health coach Alexandra Paul, take listeners on a transformative journey to optimal health and performance through plant-based eating.
“What happened after I made the switch was nothing short of extraordinary. It was kind of magical. I wasn’t expecting it, but my performance improved drastically, and I knew there was no turning back.”
Olympic cyclist and founder of Switch4Good.org
Athlete stories. Recipes. Science-backed articles. Find it all in our Switch4Good blog.
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