• Amy H.
    09/30/2018 09:21

    Vegans will not like you for this, you know that right? 😂

  • Anup C.
    09/30/2018 09:33

    before preaching same stupid bullshits compare the whole resources used for animals production with resources needed for plant based diet. you can actually see the scenario. besides this you have no idea how much foods are being deliberately wasted for profits. have you take the account of how many fossil fuels, oceans fish and water are being used for production of animals products??? so your fragmented data is manipulating the viewers. if viewers did the research about the actual environmental, health cost of consuming animals products, they wouldn't believe that

  • Nika Ž.
    09/30/2018 09:58

    You are however, forgetting only a small percentage (2-3%) of soy is going directly to consumers, the rest is grown for animal feed. Eliminate animal products means also eliminating soy.

  • Sara A.
    09/30/2018 10:03

    do you have any info about oat milk? thanks

  • Zachary J.
    09/30/2018 10:11

    You’re just highlighting how humans irreversibly started annihilating the planet with agriculture. We can’t go back. We’re fucked

  • Eva L.
    09/30/2018 10:30

    Hhhhmmmmm...... pesticides? Also if organic? Local milk: plant based? cow based? How about oat milk? Hemp seed? Buckwheat? Less biased, please.

  • Joseph S.
    09/30/2018 11:20


  • Ria M.
    09/30/2018 11:27

    Oat milk then?!

  • Paula S.
    09/30/2018 12:11

    Oat milk or milk from regional nuts 🙂 all almost behind the window.

  • Hillary K.
    09/30/2018 12:13

    What if you can’t drink milk for health reasons??

  • Karen L.
    09/30/2018 12:28

    The point is it's not natural to have cows become dairy cows for their whole life, manipulating them unnecessarily, it's cruel.

  • Anna U.
    09/30/2018 12:57

    All of these manufactured “milks” contain emulsifiers to hold the ingredients together that don’t really belong together. Newer research is showing the detrimental effects emulsifiers (natural and artificial) have on the human body. They damage the intestinal lining, lead to GI inflammation, interfere with satiety (the stomach’s ability to tell the brain you’re full) and can lead to chronic disease. (And since the FDA says these emulsifiers are safe, you’ll find them in a lot of “all-natural,” “organic” foods too. 😉

  • Tina C.
    09/30/2018 13:31

    Allergic to cows milk, I only use a little coconut milk in my coffee on the weekends. Other than that, I don’t need any milk. It’s truly disgusting how they get it from constantly pregnant cows anyway.

  • Antony W.
    09/30/2018 15:00

    Replace all the diary farms with plant Base that then makes this video irrelevant.....

  • Ervington N.
    09/30/2018 15:02

    Making Walnut milk (or any of your choice is easy) soak them in water for 8 hours, blend in some fresh water with a half of teaspoon if vanilla, add some agave if you like with a pinch of sea salt then strain with a cheese cloth or a strainer and chill. Enjoy..

  • Joy E.
    09/30/2018 15:26

    Yup always organic. And you can make this stuff yourself easily. Also. There are other options on the market. I guess there just choosing a few. Hemp mill, oat milk, and also nothing with canola or palm oil. All still much better than many cows milk.

  • Karen P.
    09/30/2018 16:58

    Milk is a white liquid nutrient-rich food produced by the mammary glands of mammals. It is the primary source of nutrition for infant mammals before they are able to digest other types of food. Wikipedia

  • Annette J.
    09/30/2018 18:59

    Thank you for a very informative video

  • Priyanka V.
    09/30/2018 19:45

    Still better than having puss cells & injected hormones.. & yes max milk generates from sad mother cows of aborted or hungry calfs..

  • Klaudia R.
    09/30/2018 20:16

    Rice milk ;)