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Dairy Cows and Their Calves: When Mother is Separated From Baby

Sarah Taylor | June 5, 2013 | Animals

Read More: dairy, dairy cows, vegan

My new book, Vegetarian to Vegan, is going through the publishing process now.  I thought I might give you all a taste of some of the information in the book by blogging excerpts from it over the next several weeks. ......

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Skim Milk and Acne

Michael Greger MD | July 12, 2012 | Health

Read More: acne, bioactive molecules, cancer, dairy, dairy cows, diabetes, diseases, estrogen, hormones, milk, National Dairy Council, obesity, sex hormones, skim milk, teenagers, whole milk

The National Dairy Council denies that milk intake causes acne, but a study they supported—the Harvard Nurse’s Health Study—found otherwise, as I show in my 3-min. video National Dairy Council on Acne and Milk. The conclusion reads: “We found a positive association......

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Vegan Kids, Breastfeeding, and SEX!

Jess Parsons | May 14, 2012 | Lifestyle

Read More: advertising, breastfeeding, dairy cows, health promoting foods, milk, sexual function, vegan mothers

I've posted before about how breastfeeding, and in particular a natural weaning process (years, not months), is a strong building block for a healthy vegan child. Basically, if you continue to breastfeed your child along with the solids they eat,......

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Got Guilt? Motherhood, Sacrifice, Breastfeeding, and Dairy

Jess Parsons | September 15, 2011 | Animals

Read More: animal cruelty, artificial insemination, breastfeeding, dairy cows, milk, milk alternatives, mother

Motherhood and sacrifice - where to start? Google it for 2.8 million hits and keep on going.The story of Jesus's sacrifice is known worldwide - yet first Jesus's mother Mary gave of her body to him by breastfeeding.  There......

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How much pus is there in milk?

Michael Greger MD | September 8, 2011 | Health

Read More: dairy, dairy cows, hamburger, iodine, lameness, mastitis, pus

In the new NutritionFacts.org video-of-the-day today, I note that the antiseptics used to disinfect cow teats can provide a source of iodine, but have been found to boost the level of pus in the milk of cows with staph-infected......