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Truth about meat and dairy farms. Are organic dairy products ‘humane’? Lada’s tips on going vegan

Dear friends, this kind of post isn’t usually a focus of FuturisTrendcast, although it should be, as it is something that will become a bigger and bigger trend in the future, as consciousness of our planet grows and expands. It is also a part, yet undocumented, of my Multidimensional and Earth Shift theories.

LADA RAY PREDICTION:

As humanity progresses towards the EARTH SHIFT of human consciousness,

the realization of the inconvenient truth: that humans are cruel to animals

and a growing desire not to harm animals and nature

are to become a major developing global trend

I intend to speak about the issues of humanity, love and appreciation for our Mother Earth and nature in the future. This is a two-part series of first posts of this nature. I have published them on LadaRay Blog.

The first post is entitled The truth about the cruel price of your meat and milk

Here is a brief excerpt:

Deliberate cruelty, greed, gluttony and robbing others to enrich themselves: humans do this to each other, and to poor, innocent animals of Planet Earth.

Want your meat and your milk? This is what happens behind the scenes…

THE CRUEL PRICE OF MILK: cows and goats are artificially impregnated. Newly born baby animals are taken away from their mothers at birth, without allowing them to experience their mother’s love, so that humans could milk cows and goats for milk, yogurt, cheese and butter. Then helpless, hungry and terrified baby animals are sold for meat!

This is tweeted by a my Tweepal Maryanne (god bless her for her effort to help innocent animals who cannot help themselves).

Did you know….Mother goats do not forget the sound of their kids’ voices…even up to 17 months after they have been separated

mother-goats-baby-being-taken-away-from-her

 

Complete post, plus positive animal rescue videos from Doreen Virtue

The follow up is my reply to a reader question, and I am posting most of it here: 

Are organic dairy products ‘humane’? And Lada’s tips on going vegan (includes my tips and a video from one of my recommended YT channels).

Excerpt: 

Lada’s answer

They are likely better, but unfortunately still commercial, and therefore, the same applies: animals are artificially impregnated and babies are sacrificed so humans can have their milk. Organic doesn’t guarantee – and doesn’t really imply – ‘humane’ or ‘fair’ to animals.

I’ve tried our local organic, ‘humane’ yogurt and eggs for a while, which are sold at our local organic health food coop. I trust the people and the store very much. It’s one of the best health food markets I’ve ever seen, and I’ve shopped everywhere.

I’m not an egg person at all, but I did want some yogurt in my diet. But recently I stopped doing that as well. Alas, there is no other way of getting a cow’s or goat’s milk, other than depriving the babies of it. Or mama-animals have to be pumped with drugs so they overproduce milk. And we then drink or eat all that! So, our own health and well-being are also a question. Plus, the fact that babies, especially baby boys, are sold for highly priced meat is too well-known.

There are good vegan milk alternatives: almond, soy, coconut, cashew. As an example, in the US they are sold in stores like Wegmans, Whole Foods, and local health food stores.

You can also make your own vegan milk, yogurt and even vegan cheese. Home made vegan cheese is actually ‘a thing.’ 😉

I was vegan for years, well before it was fashionable and when the label used was ‘vegetarian.’ It just felt right. Then, there was a lapse when I tried all kinds of foods due to frequent moves and travel. I’m now getting back to vegan lifestyle, gradually.

For those who follow my Multidimensional and Earth Shift theories, vegan lifestyle corresponds with the 5th Dimension (5D).

I am now trying some great old and new recipes. If there is an interest, I’ll eventually post some recipes I’m presently re-learning.

I know it’s not for everyone, and no judgement at all. But those who prefer not to cause harm to animals and nature, are welcome to try.

For those who want to transition, the idea is to do it very slowly and gradually, so there is no discomfort to the system. Stay positive, gentle and non-judgmental to yourself.

Wishing everyone well. 🙂

P.S. There are many vegan videos on YouTube. I might share some in the future. Here is one example:

9 Practical Tips for Going VEGAN + Examples of Food I Eat

Full post and video

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