FIAPO’s #DontGetMilked Campaign Explains the Perils of DAIRY

Diabetes, heart disease, polycystic ovaries, hypertension, hypothyroid, osteoporosis and even cancer- these are some of the diseases consumers are at risk of developing by repeated intake of dairy products says FIAPO’s Don’t Get Milkedcampaign which is urging consumers to rethink their dietary habits and go vegan. The focus here is on

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FIAPO’s #DontGetMilked campaign creates awareness about dairy-PCOS link

Diabetes, heart disease, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), hypertension, hypothyroid, osteoporosis and even cancer – these are some of the diseases consumers are at risk of developing due to a repeated intake of dairy products. This was stated by the Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisation’s (FIAPO) #DontGetMilked campaign, which is

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FIAPO’s #DontGetMilked Campaign Explains the Perils of DAIRY

Diabetes, heart disease, polycystic ovaries, hypertension, hypothyroid, osteoporosis and even cancer- these are some of the diseases consumers are at risk of developing by repeated intake of dairy products says FIAPO’s Don’t Get Milked campaign which is urging consumers to rethink their dietary habits and go vegan. The focus here

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FIAPO’S #DONTGETMILKED CAMPAIGN EXPLAINS THE PERILS OF DAIRY

Diabetes, heart disease, polycystic ovaries, hypertension, hypothyroid, osteoporosis and even cancer- these are some of the diseases consumers are at risk of developing by repeated intake of dairy products says FIAPO’s Don’t Get Milked campaign which is urging consumers to rethink their dietary habits and go vegan. The focus here is on

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White lies: a milk sullied by abuse

We all enjoy our morning cup of tea unmindful of the fact that the simple act of sipping it could result in cruelty to another being. Humans are compassionate beings and believe that we should not hurt another sentient being knowingly. But what we don’t realise is that most of

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Type 2 diabetes can be reversed with a vegan diet: say experts

World Diabetes Day is observed every year on November 14, to address the growing concerns about the escalating health threat posed by diabetes. Currently, India is considered the diabetes capital of the world with about 70 million already afflicted by this disease, observed experts.
Healthcare experts and the medical

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