Why would it? I don't see the issue (or argument) here.
It's a philosophy, Arcane, and yes, whilst it is difficult to live in the "modern world" and be vegan, it is possible. It takes commitment, just like any other philosophy, and if you go to the Vegan Society homepage (UK), you will see it's very sophisticated and *possible* (The Vegan Society).
And actually it might be impossible because being a vegan requires taking certain supplements and vitamins that they cannot get from just plants.
I looked at the picture of the cow in the OP and just went *pfft*
It's propaganda, just like advertising milk for healthy white teeth and bones *lol*
And what's the gematria value of squirting beestings into your mouth fresh from the udder of a cow? ;)
Do you guys know what beestings is? It's quite common here (we call it *ternimaitoa*)
milk is great because there is a lot of propaganda that goes both ways. I've heard that the bovine growth hormones they use have too many amino acid differences compared to human growth hormone, to be able to trigger any effect in humans, like trying to put the square in the triangle hole. I've also heard that animal protein suppresses the absorption of calcium, so milk cannot actually help build bones that well. I've also heard that milk is one of the best things for building endurance, or for building muscle.
Personally I don't bother with milk that much, aside from the cheese on my subway sandwich, or my occasional ice cream dish, but mainly because I'm not big on cereal, so I don't drink much milk.