Today we're going to switch up milk and butter for their nondairy counterparts. And I'm going to point you to the yummiest ones.
Why this switch? Well, for starters, a lot of milk has added hormones in it -- and these additives are no good for our waistlines. In fact, they're not good for the cows that produce the milk, let alone the humans who drink it! These hormones are injected into cows to make them produce more milk (which creates more profit). But even organic, grass-fed, and chemical-free milk is full of naturally-occurring cow hormones that aren't necessarily good for people, whether the milk is whole, 2 percent, or skim.
Think of how milk happens: It's created by a lactating cow in order to feed her little calf so it will get really big, really quickly. By nature's brilliant design, this milk contains naturally-occurring growth hormones in order to make a little one grow.