Considering that I am in no way a scientist, I won't record why animal milk is supposedly bad for us. I've read reports--mostly conflicting--and since I have to way of sorting truth from error I leave it to those with initials after their names to write their findings. Besides, I was never good in science, generally pulling up a "C" where those mysteries of the universe were concerned. Even today, decades later, I still don't publish as truth what I've read in one place or another. I learned long ago that most scientists never agree on anything.
Because "animal" milk is a no-no in our vegan world, I thought it would be fun to examine those non-dairy products we use as replacements. I've tried them all. Are they as refreshing as real milk? Not by a long shot. Do I like them? For the most part, no I don't. Do I use them? You bet.
But what I loved the most about it is that it is good enough that I don't want to toss my cookies after drinking it. I use it on my cereal. My coffee. In baking. And in sauces for my entree of the evening. I use it for everything and am happy with the results. So if I consume it regularly and it really does boost my brain power, there may still come a day when I have some sort of initials after my name. Science initials.
Oh, give me a break. Yah, like that's ever going to happen.