• Yes. Milk is healthy.

  • No. There are plenty of other drinks.

53% 8 votes
47% 7 votes
  • Clearly, some people should not drink milk; the lactose intolerant and vegans as obvious examples. If you want to drink milk, go for it, I don't care, but not everyone should if they don't want to.

  • Some people are lactose-intolerant, some people are vegans, and some people just don't like milk.

  • Milk hurts cows families. Veganism!

  • Not everyone could drink milk make some people sick and there are drink that are more healthier then milk

  • Some people are allergic to dairy. Yeah, for sure, I'll have a glass of milk every day. Hope you're willing to pay for the Epi-Pen and subsequent hospital visit.

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maslow says2016-08-08T20:34:43.4481434Z
For Vegans: Vitamin B12 occurs naturally only in animal foods, so you'll want to stock up on a variety of B12-fortified foods as well as a B12 supplement. B12 keeps the body's nerve and blood cells healthy and helps make DNA, so deficiencies can lead to tiredness, weakness, constipation, loss of appetite, weight loss (the bad kind), nerve problems, and depression. To find out if you need to up your intake, ask your doctor for a simple blood draw.
maslow says2016-08-08T20:35:40.8247237Z
Also: Iron comes in two forms: heme and non-heme. Heme, which makes up about 40% of the iron in animal foods, is easily absorbed by the body. Vegan diets contain only non-heme, which is less readily absorbed, so you may need to ingest more iron if you want to get the same benefit, says New York City nutritionist Christian Henderson, RD. Good vegan iron sources include legumes, sunflower seeds, dried raisins, and dark, leafy greens. Vitamin C-rich foods (think: red peppers, citrus, and broccoli) aid iron absorption.
Foodiesoul says2016-08-10T05:41:57.5909606Z
@DaBo55 And Jesus "died" for our sins, yet humanity doesn't take a hint and still harms and oppresses people.

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