Milk is a powerful nutritionally complete superfood.
The healthiest milk is raw, farm-fresh milk from cows raised exclusively on regeneratively managed organic pasture.
If you can’t get raw milk, the next-best thing is milk that is certified organic and 100 percent grass-fed.
Anyone who doesn’t drink milk should be made aware that there’s no single food that can replace its nutrition.
According to the Scientific Report of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, “When dairy foods are removed from healthy eating patterns, calcium, magnesium, iron, vitamin A and riboflavin drop below 100% of dietary goals, and vitamin D, potassium and choline drop even lower.”
It isn’t possible to get comparable nutrition from non-dairy milk alternatives. The FDA touts vitamin-fortified soy beverages as contenders, but even organic soy contains anti-nutrients that make it a poor choice.
Increasingly, fake milk is completely artificial, made from genetically engineered microbes via synthetic biology. The push to replace farms with synbio is coming from:
- The Pentagon: DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is turning “military waste – including plastics – into oils, lubricants, and food.”
- The CIA: In-Q-Tel, the CIA’s venture capital arm, is invested in Ginkgo Bioworks, “the leading platform for cell programming and biosecurity,” as well as “mammalian cell engineering,” and Metabiota, a Pentagon biological weapons contractor. The two companies recently merged, proving that the same technology used to engineer bioweapons is being used to create synthetic organisms for the food industry! Just read Ginkgo Bioworks’ risks reports to the Securities and Exchange Commission where the company admits, “We work with biological and chemical materials that could be hazardous to human, animal, or plant health and safety or the environment.”
- The World Economic Forum: The WEF’s Protein Action Group is working to replace real farms with fake foods globally. It says, “You will be eating replacement meats within 20 years.”
- Bayer-Monsanto: Bayer is onboard with the WEF’s plan to put the 1 billion people involved in the rearing, processing, distribution and sale of livestock out of business. Bayer’s plan is to use “plant-based innovation” and “next-gen biotech” to “deliver high-quality proteins for billions.” The company, which partners with Ginkgo Bioworks/Metabiota, says, “We invest in companies that seek to scale the production of cultured meat and other novel protein sources, replicating the flavor, texture, and nutrition of traditional meat.”
- Billionaires: Whole Foods Market’s Jeff Bezos is invested with Bill Gates in Ginkgo Bioworks/Metabiota in “the hunt for the next Impossible Burger.”
The military-biotech industrial complex cares nothing for health, nutrition or the environment and everything for death, destruction, power and control.
Unfortunately, some vegan animal rights activists have aligned themselves with these malign forces.
The irony is that, for all of their efforts to promote so-called “plant-based” foods, they have done nothing to increase vegetable consumption.
Nine out of ten Americans don't eat the recommended 2 to 3 cups of vegetables per day, and the USDA admits that only 1.7 cups a person are available—including imports! Americans get these small servings through ketchup, pizza sauce, French fries, potato chips and iceberg lettuce. That’s why 85 percent aren’t getting enough nutrients and half suffer from preventable, chronic, diet-related diseases.
Instead of tackling this urgent public health problem, “plant-based” activists supporting lab grown Frankenfoods have attacked regenerative organic ranchers while letting organic vegetable-based brands like Sunshine Burger go out of business.
It’s time for vegans, vegetarians and omnivores to unite against the military-biotech industrial complex and corporate food, and start standing up for independent farmers.
Whether you eat fruits, nuts and vegetables or meat, milk and eggs, we can all do our part by buying direct—especially in cash—from independent farmers. Check out the Regenerative Farm Map to find local organic food.
Ultimately, the vegan, vegetarian and animal rights movements have nothing to gain from hiding the truth about nutritional deficiencies in a diet free of animal products. Vegan diets require supplementation.
The backlash against the downplaying of the nutritional deficits of the vegan diet is apparent in books like The Vegetarian Myth and The Great Plant-Based Con, written by and about the health problems of former vegans.
Of course, nutritional deficiency is not a problem unique to vegans. Eighty-five percent of Americans don’t get enough nutrients and half suffer from preventable, chronic, diet-related diseases, Vegans only make up 2 percent of the population.
We can all benefit from clear, on-the-package nutritional information, including how plant-based alternatives compare to milk, eggs and meat.
TELL THE FDA BY APRIL 24, 2023: Labels on nutrient-deficient Frankenmilk must be mandatory!