Milk - Are there alternatives?

I believe we could easily replace milk derived from cows and buffaloes with soy,almond,flaxseed, coconut etc.
The benefits will be to not only prevent animal abuse, the eventual slaughter of buffaloes. We are oblivious of the ill effects of consuming milk. Animal Milk derived calcium is also not proven to be effective(see research done in Netflix documentary ‘forks over knives’) more  

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If we do'nt take milk from these animals,then they will become redundant.Thus nobody will spend money on them as they are no more a source of income.Just like Tonga's have gone so nobody cares for horses. more  
It is a ploy to derail Indian economy . Who gave this idea to MR MADUKAR A foreigner ? more  
I prefer veg milk like from soya over non veg milk from cows. more  
Cow milk as well as other animals' (buffalo, goat, camel etc.) are proven to be healthy and nutritious since old age. If researches now define anything wrong therein, it may be because of the foul play of the concerned who are engaged in milk trading. It is also true that research being carried out in any field by different institutions/agencies rarely brings out similar findings thus leaving people in dilemma.

If consuming of animal milk in any form is abandoned, the main purpose of cattle rearing will be slaughtering as their use in cultivation and transportation has already become back dated and already reduced to substantial extent.

Suitability of the substitute in place of milk as recommended could be ascertained and confirmed by medical practitioners only. more  
We should think in terms of ECOSYSTEM also in which every living & non-living component is essential to sustain the LIFE ON THE EARTH. more  
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