Non-organic dairy products are food items manufactured from the milk of dairy animals that are raised in factory farms that do not adhere to the standards of dairy farming practices set forth by the US Department of Agriculture’s National Organic Program.
Non-organic dairy products like milk, cheese, yogurt, formula milk, butter and ice cream are the most widely available to the consumer public as these are relatively cheaper and have a longer shelf life, quite unlike their organic counterparts like organic cottage cheese or raw cheese from grass-fed cows, for instance. But while non-organic dairy products are indeed more affordable and last longer, consuming these food items may cause considerable harm to your health.
Read on and find out the negative effects of non-organic dairy products and why the Superhuman Food Pyramid recommends you avoid them as a source of protein. Continue reading