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Last year, a study found that only 7% of the British population was following a vegan, dairy-free diet – but that hasn’t stopped sales of plant-based non-dairy “milks” from rocketing. But is giving up cow’s milk really the healthiest option? Or should traditional milk still have a place in the fridge door? We asked the experts…

The benefits

“Cow’s milk is a complete source of protein, which the body needs for everything from wound healing to making enzymes. Milk also provides all the amino acids – the building blocks of protein. Plant-based alternatives). “Milk is also full of vitamin B12, which helps with neurological function, and iodine, which is difficult to get elsewhere. This is really important for fertility and thyroid function.”

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