Loaded with nutrients and vitamins, it is certainly one of the most important foods in our daily diet. No matter what one’s religion is, the vast majority of the world drinks it, and most people relish every sip too. But have you ever wondered about the ‘religion’ (if one can call it so) of milk itself? Is it vegetarian or non-vegetarian by ‘personality’ or DNA?
Find out what the vegetarians have to say, first.
4 powerful reasons that, hardcore vegetarians will insist, make milk a pure veg dish.
Now, take a look at the non-vegetarian side of the fence. There is plenty of logic flying here, too.
4 incontrovertible reasons that, non-vegetarians are convinced, make milk a pure non-veg food.
So is milk veg or non-veg? Frankly, it remains a bit of a riddle, doesn’t it?
Whichever side you choose to go with, just remember that milk continues to be a great nourisher for all ages.
That’s true. Whether it is to build stronger bones and teeth, shore up your muscles, burn fat (faster than it helps put it on, that is), or generate a feeling of cooling and calmness (which, in turn, balances Vata and Pitta in the body), milk is quite a heaven-sent.
All you’ll have to ensure is that it has been sourced hygienically, stored in a sterilized place, and that the animal (cow or buffalo, for instance) hasn’t been injected with anti-biotics and hormones the FDA frowns upon.
In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!