Vegans are those who abstain from dairy products for ethical and nutritional reasons.
There are many nutritional reasons. A high intake of dairy products can lead to a variety of health issues, according to studies. These include high cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, and other health problems.
Vegans don’t believe it is natural for humans to continue drinking milk after they have developed the ability to eat solid food. Only humans drink milk after they are adults. To increase milk production, farmers add undesirable hormones to butter, cheese, and milk.
There are many ethical reasons vegans can choose to abstain dairy products.
Vegans will not eat milk, cheese, or butter if they are treated badly by dairy cows. Farmers inject milking cows with milk once a year to maintain steady, consistent milk production. Vegans should also be aware that mothers and calves are separated shortly after birth. The calf is not allowed to suckle their mother. They are used instead for veal production, beef production, or replacement dairy cows.
The farmers inject the cows with steroids to increase milk production. Some of these steroids make their way into the milk.
After a calf has been selected for veal production, they are forced to live in such a small space that it can’t turn around or groom its self. After being fed hormones, the calf ends up at the slaughterhouse.
You might want to consider why you would like to become vegan. Are you looking to be vegan for ethical, dietary or both reasons? These arguments may be strong enough to keep your vegan lifestyle. You can also choose to become vegetarian or only consume organic milk products if you aren’t sure you can live a vegan lifestyle. These animals are raised on organic farms that place a greater emphasis on their health and wealth. You should have a clear vision and a solid understanding of your goals, no matter what you choose.