The Merry Merits of Milk [infographic]

December 15, 2012 |  by  |  Food
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No matter that I’ve drank milk my entire life, whenever I drink it, I always get a sense of childhood. I suppose my milk consumption has gone down in the last few years, but I still reminisce on the mmmmmmm so good cereal tainted milk. A cookie’s delicious taste goes up tenfold when soaked in milk. Milk in mac & cheese can make the meal. Milk with a little chocolate syrup is one of the world’s easiest and most delicious desserts.

Ever since the first ‘Got Milk?’ campaign hit the television, milk companies have banded together to get the word out about their product. Its incredibly healthy, especially for kids, and now with all organic milk the additive ridden drink is a thing of the past. The human race will always be in debt to cows- always supplying one of Earth’s nectars to billions across the globe. I’ll I can say for thanks is mooo.[Milk Mustache]

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  • Michael Rybin

    Dear Daily Infographics and Milk Mustache:

    It is very sad, to say the least, that you have not objectively considered the scientific studies that show cow milk is not digestible by humans or causes other harmful diseases. For example, check out the below Wikipedia link with no less than 12 such references. A blanket one-sided Infographic puts your integrity at risk, and we wonder if you are telling the truth. Should we continue to read and believe your Daily Infographics? Do you want to be known as a source for fancy graphic displays of inaccurate and questionable information — perhaps because of paid sponsors? Now granted news reporters and experts can provide evidence for arguments on either side of the issue, yet it is nice to at least have evidence and references to their opinions. We like to see both sides of the issue thoroughly and objectively covered with references at the bottom of Infographics. Keep up the good work.

    Thank you,
    Michael Rybin

    References:
    Milk Controversy, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    • Elizabeth Miervaldis

      Dear Michael Rybin:

      It is very sad that you had to use Wikipedia to make your point. Surely you could’ve cited the very scientific studies to which you make reference? And if we’re going to be technical here, perhaps you could have linked to scientific studies that point out that Santa Claus doesn’t exist?

      Thank you,
      Elizabeth Miervaldis

      • Michael Rybin

        Dear Elizabeth:

        I said, “We like to see both sides of the issue thoroughly and objectively covered with references at the bottom of Infographics … we know anyone could come up with an equal number of medical studies in favor of milk.”

        My point was not as much to argue for or against milk, but since you insist, here is a list of citations from Wikipedia, plus two other articles, each with over 50 citations. Since the original article was bias to the benefits of milk without any citations, all of my citations show the problems and diseases caused by milk in order to present some information for the other side of the issue.

        I tried to post a reply on the Daily Infographics page, but it would not stick, so my reply is posted here…http://michaelrybin.blogspot.com/2012/12/dear-daily-infographics-and-milk.html

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  • Michael Rybin

    Dear Elizabeth:

    I said, “We like to see both sides of the issue thoroughly and objectively covered with references at the bottom of Infographics … we know anyone could come up with an equal number of medical studies in favor of milk.”

    My point was not as much to argue for or against milk, but since you insist, here is a list of citations from Wikipedia, plus two other articles, each with over 50 citations. Since the original article was bias to the benefits of milk without any citations, all of my citations show the problems and diseases caused by milk in order to present some information for the other side of the issue.