Author: Philip Lehman
We hear it over and over. “Struggling with Irritable Bowel Syndrome”. “I have lactose intolerance”. “I use milk substitute for my child”. Milk allergy seems to be a problem. And it is. But how did our forefathers live with drinking milk? They never saw the dairy cases in supermarkets filled with pseudo milk alternatives. Names of milk substitute choices such as oat milk, hemp milk, cashew milk, and almond milk did not exist. But do these milks really hold similar value to real milk? Could an infant live and grow one of these so called milks? Or perhaps this setting presents a not-so-long future health disaster for humanity? Or what about A2 milk that calls consumers to give it a try?