Dairy-Free News

With dairy consumption dropping in the US, new dietary guidelines on the horizon, and government-funded fast-food promotions to sell more dairy, the state of the dairy-free world is constantly in flux. We’re covering the latest news to keep you informed and to stay one step ahead.

Harvard Researchers Claim Cows’ Milk Is Unnecessary

Dairy-Free in a Day: Toddlers and Kids

Dairy-Free in a Day: Toddlers and Kids

We all know young children can be picky, and feeding them a dairy-free diet may seem restrictive at first. However, there is immense variety in plant-based foods in terms of tastes, textures, and essential nutrients. Give your child a nutritional boost and expand...

Study Finds Dairy (Not Soy) Skyrockets Breast Cancer Risk

Study Finds Dairy (Not Soy) Skyrockets Breast Cancer Risk

If you could reduce your relative risk of breast cancer, wouldn’t you do it? A new study claims that women who drink cow's milk could increase their risk of developing breast cancer by up to 80 percent compared to women who drink soy milk. Unbiased by either soy or...

Harvard Researchers Claim Cows’ Milk Is Unnecessary

Harvard Researchers Claim Cows’ Milk Is Unnecessary

Most American adults, and even children, believe they should aim for three servings of dairy a day—thanks to the US Dietary Guidelines. From a young age we are taught to believe that by devoutly consuming dairy on the daily, we will be protected from brittle bones and...

The Honest Truth: An Interview with a Former Dairy Farm Worker

The Honest Truth: An Interview with a Former Dairy Farm Worker

Jackie Norman is a former New Zealand dairy farmworker who now volunteers full-time for the advocacy group, Vegan FTA. In this interview, Norman details her 18-year experience in the farm industry and sends a message to everyone—farmers and advocates alike—that we...

How to Do More For Others: Become a Food Not Bombs Volunteer

How to Do More For Others: Become a Food Not Bombs Volunteer

At Switch4Good, our motto is "Live better. Do more. Dairy-free." We are an organization of doers—people who go above and beyond to be the best they can be for themselves and others. During this time, some of us can harness that "doer" mentality and help others live...

Tips for Delicious, Satisfying, and Dairy-Free Meals at Home

Tips for Delicious, Satisfying, and Dairy-Free Meals at Home

For many of us, we’re well into two weeks of self-isolation at home. The rare venture to the grocery store has led to guaranteed disappointment as we woefully stare at the empty shelves where toilet paper and our favorite non-dairy creamer once sat. Some of us are...

Take Back Your Power: Immune-Boosting FAQ

Take Back Your Power: Immune-Boosting FAQ

In light of the ongoing global health concerns, wellness is top of mind for people around the world. While one should never disregard their health, it is now more critical than ever to ensure we take care of ourselves and our loved ones. Our bodies are naturally...

Another Dairy-Funded Study Sends Mixed Messages to Athletes

Another Dairy-Funded Study Sends Mixed Messages to Athletes

A new study partially funded by the National Dairy Council of Ireland has attempted to contribute to the growing body of susceptible evidence that dairy promotes athletic recovery. Similar to pro-dairy research in the past, cows’ milk is given an advantage based on...

New Study Links Milk Proteins with Onset of Diabetes

New Study Links Milk Proteins with Onset of Diabetes

Diabetes touches us all. If you personally do not struggle with the disease, chances are you know someone who has been diagnosed as a type 1, type 2, or even prediabetic. In fact, according to International Diabetes Federation, it is estimated that someone will die...

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