Milk Gives You Spots
Yet another study—this time by dermatologist Bill Danby—has concluded…wait for it…Milk gives you spots (whoa, there’s a big surprise!).
It was reported in the Independent that Danby and Dr Walter Willett studied more than 47,000 women to try and demonstrate their theory. The study found no link between food such as chocolate and chips and acne (which are widely blamed for the acne epidemic) but found one between women who had acne and those who had drunk a lot of milk. I’m sorry but duh?!
Dairy is a disaster—what sicko’s idea was it to start drinking the stuff!!?? It makes you fat, gives you big puss filled spots, it’s contaminated with cow’s blood and pus and is linked to allergies, constipation, obesity, cancer, and other diseases. It doesn’t take a genius to work out why—we are the only species on earth that think it’s appropriate to consume the fluid that comes from another mammal’s teat, and we’re certainly the only species that drinks milk into adulthood. Milk is for babies, and what’s more, cow’s milk is for baby cows! It turns a 90 pound baby calf into a 2,000 pound cow in the course of 2 years—you do the math. It’s no surprise that this unnatural substance is wreaking havoc in our bodies.
From another point of view, ladies, how would you feel about being forced to be constantly pregnant for your whole life only to have your babies taken away from you repeatedly and shoved into tiny crates or slaughtered for handbags? Not so nice huh?
Speaking from personal experience, I went vegan about 2 Â½ years ago and if you’d have seen a picture of me before that then you’d be forgiven for thinking that you were looking at a picture of a cluster of craters—spots, zits, whatever you want to call them, they’re gross. As soon as I ditched the dairy, lo and behold—smooth as a baby’s bum! Even if I do say so myself (mind you, I have fat knees so it swings and roundabouts, eh?!) Editor’s note: I have no idea what Violet means by this either, in case you’re wondering.
So the next time you reach for a pint of milk in your Sainsbury’s, divert your hand 3 inches to the left and grab the soya—your body, face, taste buds and the animals will thank you!
To sum up:
Bad = Good =
PS – If you haven’t read “Skinny Bitch” then you ought to—it’s practically my bible now!
This is a guest blog from Violet with peta2 UK.