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Surveys online say beer is healthier than milk

Beer over milk? Paid surveys online say so!

PETA, the animal protection charity, recently published the results following their surveys online, as to whether beer is healthier than milk. Their results may come as a surprise to some!

PETA’s surveys online into the potential health benefits of beer versus the health risks of milk certainly caused a stir – but their findings may bring a bit of reassurance to those who will enjoy some of the glorious golden stuff over the Christmas period.

According to their surveys online, PETA stated that “The verdict is in, and even beer beats milk hands down,” according to PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman. “Alcohol in moderation can be good for you, but there’s no way to consume dairy foods responsibly when they harm our health and cause billions of cows to suffer.”

The organisation then created stand-out poster campaigns, following the results of their surveys online, which ran for 1 week in America before they were forced to remove them – apparently due to the commotion that they had caused to onlookers.

Whether or not PETA’s surveys online paint an accurate picture or not remains to be seen, but the charity say that their campaign is based on prospective studies from Harvard Medical School. Which may be enough evidence for some!

Hopefully we can all enjoy our favourite beverage over the festive period in moderation – may that be beer, wine or milk!

What do you think? Do you agree with the surveys online that beer can be good for you? Or do you think it’s all a load of froth? Join the discussion on our Facebook page, and don’t forget to have your say and earn cash through the latest paid surveys online at Opinion Outpost UK.

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