Both have the same amount of calories. 


Yes, milk is Mother Nature’s ‘perfect food’…for a calf…until it is weaned. Everything you know about cow’s milk and dairy is probably part of a Dairy industry MYTH. Cow’s milk is an unhealthy fluid from diseased animals that contains a wide range of dangerous and disease-causing substance that have a cumulative negative effect on all who consume it.

Cow’s milk has 59 active hormones, scores of allergens, fat & cholesterol.

Most cow’s mild has measurable quantities of herbicides, pesticides, dioxins (up to 200 times the safe levels), up to 52 powerful antibiotics (perhaps 53, with LS-50), blood, pus, faeces, bacteria & viruses.

Cow’s milk can have traces of anthing the cow ate, including such things as radioactive fallout from nuke testing (the 50’s strontium-90 problem).

Contains 100% of the calories from fat.

See also affects of casein.


Margarine was originally manufactured to fatten turkeys. When it killed the turkeys, the people who had put all the money into the research wanted a payback so they put their heads together to figure
out what to do with this product to get their money back. It was a white substance with no food  appeal so they added the yellow colouring and sold it to people to use in place of butter. “

Very high in Trans fatty acids. 

Triple risk of coronary heart disease. Increases total cholesterol and LDL (this is the bad cholesterol) and lowers HDL cholesterol, (the good cholesterol) 

Increases the risk of cancers up to five fold. 

Lowers quality of breast milk. 

Decreases immune response. Decreases insulin response. 

Margarine is ONE MOLECULE away from being PLASTIC.

Purchase a tub of margarine and leave it in your garage or shaded area. Within a couple of days you will note a couple of things: 

* No flies, not even those pesky fruit flies will go near it (that
should tell you something) 

* It does not rot or smell differently because it has no nutritional value; nothing will grow on it. Even those teeny weeny micro organisms will not a find a home to grow. Why? Because it is nearly plastic. 

Would you melt your Tupperware and, spread that on your toast?