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A recent article, How we fell out of love with milk, illustrates a worrying trend. It shows how modern advertising and marketing (particularly the kind that treats grown adults like infants) can make enough people believe things that are not supported by any evidence at all.
We are being sold the idea that white liquids derived from nuts, grains or legumes are 'superior' to milk derived from animals. However, the fact that many people are allergic to the most readily available cow's milk, and the fact that well-meaning but often ill-informed veganism is on the rise, does not mean that ‘alt-milks’ are good substitutes. Dairy-free diets can lead to iodine deficiency, and that’s just for starters.
But when it comes to truly toxic milk products, certain milk shakes win the dubious prize. Some of the brands on sale in food outlets have been found to contain more than 35 spoonfuls of sugar per serving.