This is a class project for C324: Persuasion at Indiana University. My goal is to persuade readers to consume less milk. There are plenty of more than adequate substitutes that are healthier and much less harmful to our bodies, cows, and the environment.

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Latest Blog Posts for Milk Builds Strong Bone(head)s

  • Save the planet: Stop drinking milk.
    on Apr 9, 2011
    Large scale Animal Feeding Operations and dairy-oriented factory farms have had an extremely negative influence on the environment. For example, dairy farms produce a massive amount of waste in a relatively small space. "A single dairy cow...
  • "Got milk? You've got problems!"
    on Apr 2, 2011
    Don't think you're lactose intolerant? Think again.The "norm" for humans is an intolerance to dairy products. Those who are able to tolerate milk can do so because their ancestors consumed dairy throughout adulthood and a tolerance has been built up.
  • Drink milk and die!
    on Mar 21, 2011
    The Vegetarian and Vegan Foundation launched an anti-dairy campaign in 2006 called White Lies. They argued that "cow’s milk and dairy products are neither natural nor healthy, in fact they are harmful to health and have been linked to a wide r...
  • Would you treat a friend like this? How about an enemy?
    on Mar 18, 2011
    "Cows produce milk for the same reason that humans do: to nourish their young." Since these animals are not naturally inclined to be constantly reproducing, factory farmers artificially inseminate their cows each year.After the birth, the now lactati...
  • What's wrong with Mom's milk?
    on Mar 10, 2011 in introductory details
    For me, thinking of grade school lunches evokes memories of under-the-table Nutter Butter passing, but the milk carton may be a more universal image. Whether you were skim, 2%, or chocolate, you definitely had your fair share of dairy while in s...
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