Milk was once promoted as a vital part of a well-balanced diet by the dairy industry. The cute milk mustaches of viral marketing campaigns, on the other hand, hide darker undertones. Milk consumption has been linked to cancer, heart disease, obesity, and a variety of other serious disorders. The environmental effects of manufacturing cow’s milk have been hidden from public view for decades by a business bent on profit at any costs. The dairy business advertises cow’s milk as a health panacea, but it isn’t. Instead, it’s having a negative impact on people’s health. Cow’s milk can cause major infections, fractured bones, and acne-infested skin if consumed on a daily basis. Only humans and two other species of animals can consume milk until they reach adulthood. Cow milk, like human milk, was created with the intention of only being consumed by young cows. Lactose intolerance is as a result fairly common. Milk contains lactose, a protein that some people have difficulty breaking down due to an enzyme deficiency. Because of the large number of lactose intolerant persons, the Food Empowerment Project coined the term “lactose normal” to describe the condition. In the United States, lactose intolerance affects 36% of the population. Around 118 million persons are included in this figure. Obesity has been linked to people who consume an excessive amount of dairy products. Children who drank three or more glasses of milk per day were more likely to be overweight than those who drank less milk, according to one study. Other studies have connected dairy products’ estrone and whey proteins to weight gain, while others blame milk’s calories. Contrary to what the dairy industry has long stated, milk consumption has been linked to the development of bone disorders and injuries such as fractures. Women who consumed more than three glasses of milk each day were more likely to suffer from fractures, according to a research.