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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

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...

CNN Coverage Claims Milk and Soda Are More Hydrating Than Water—What?

CNN Coverage Claims Milk and Soda Are More Hydrating Than Water—What?

According to a 2016 hydration study featured by CNN last fall, water falls short when it comes to hydration. In fact, it’s number 10 on a list of 13 beverages—with skim milk, cola, and orange juice ranking as far superior in terms of hydration. Does this mean we...

A Comprehensive Guide to Dairy-Free Chocolate

A Comprehensive Guide to Dairy-Free Chocolate

Yes—chocolate is dairy-free. Well, true chocolate that is. Thanks to childhood memories of snacking on mass-marketed milk chocolate products which contained a slew of additional ingredients and fillers to increase shelf life and satiate America’s sugary palates, many...

Could Dairy Affect Chronic Fatigue Syndrome In Your Teenager?

Could Dairy Affect Chronic Fatigue Syndrome In Your Teenager?

Could chronic fatigue be exacerbated by cows’ milk? A new prospective study has identified a strong link. Conducted by the Chronic Fatigue Program at John Hopkins, the 2016 study, “Cow’s Milk Protein Intolerance in Adolescents and Young Adults with Chronic Fatigue...

The Twisted History of Milk in America

The Twisted History of Milk in America

According to evolutionary history and fossil records, the modern human being has inhabited this earth for the past 200,000 years. (1) Historians date the practice of drinking cows’ milk back to the past 8,000 to 10,000 years. (2) What this tells us is that consuming...

The Link Between Dairy and Prostate Cancer Is Too Significant to Ignore

The Link Between Dairy and Prostate Cancer Is Too Significant to Ignore

Health advice is changing all the time—often in direct contradiction of itself. Carbs are bad, fat is good, sugar is the culprit, [insert food here] will give you cancer. Given this informational turmoil, it is wise to be cautious of the latest warning—even when based...

New Dairy-Funded Chocolate Milk Study Targets Teen Athletes

New Dairy-Funded Chocolate Milk Study Targets Teen Athletes

Ever-targeting a new generation of consumers, the dairy industry funded and released a new study in February 2019 in an attempt to support the misguided campaign, “Built With Chocolate Milk.” Titled, “Chocolate Milk Versus Carbohydrate Supplements In Adolescent...

Soy Versus Skim: How the Dairy Industry Twists Results to Market Milk

Soy Versus Skim: How the Dairy Industry Twists Results to Market Milk

In science we trust—to a certain degree. Many of our daily habits and decisions are swayed by science—everything from what we eat to how we train is based on trusted scientific evidence and research studies. However, this seemingly objective field of study is not...

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