Having a healthy and happy life without dairy

We would like to invite you to discover a completely new world: one healthier, more compassionate and sustainable, with milk made from plants instead of animals.

Some reasons to ditch dairy

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For the

environment

 

A study realized by the University of Oxford analyzed the environmental impact different types of plant-based milks, such as soy, oat and almond, measuring their greenhouse gas emissions, land and water use. The results show that emissions from animal-based dairy products were up to three times higher than those from plant-based alternatives, and that soy and oat milk require dramatically less use of water. Any of the plant-based milk would require at least 10 times less use of the land than dairy milk.

Plant-based milk

such as soy, oat and almond

 

Greenhouse gas emissions

Any of them pollute at least three times less than dairy milk

Land use

Any of the plant-based milk would require at least 10 times less use of the land than animal milk

Water use

Oat milk requires 13 times less water than dairy, and soy milk even less

 

For your

own health

 

DIABETES

A Finnish study found that children that had an early introduction of dairy were more susceptible to developing diabetes, while the American Academy of Pediatrics found out that, by avoiding exposure to cow’s milk protein for at least the first three months of the child's life, it's possible to decrease up to 30% the incidence of type 1 diabetes.

MANY TYPES OF CANCER

Consumption of dairy products, even in small doses, has been linked to increased risks of many types of cancer, especially the ones in the reproductive system, such as prostate cancer, breast cancer, and ovarian cancer, as well as to an increased mortality rate.

BONE FRACTURE

Scientists conducted a study with 96,000 volunteers and have found that the more milk men consumed as teenagers, the more bone fractures they experienced as adults.

INCREASED MORTALITY

A study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology tracked the consumption of milk, fruit, and vegetable of more than 140,000 participants. The ones who consumed the most milk and the fewest servings of fruits or vegetables had higher mortality rates. When it comes to women, figures are even worse: the death rate was almost three times larger between those who consumed three or more servings of dairy per day and up to one serving of fruit or vegetables, when compared to women that consume less than one serving of dairy per day and five or more servings of fruits and vegetables.

 

Peanut milk

Health benefits and culinary uses

Recipe

Oat milk

Health benefits and culinary uses

Recipe

Coconut milk

Health benefits and culinary uses

Ok, I'm convinced

How do I switch to plant-based alternatives?

Paneer

Recipe

Ghee

Recipe

Yogurt

Recipe

Other recipes?

 

Recipe

You can also replace ingredients in traditional Indian dishes