Is water more healthy than milk?
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The question itself is up to interpretation - longevity on just the substance, nutrients in the substance, usefullness for life overall, etc. YES is pro water, NO is pro milk.

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Broosterbought Ṁ20 of NO

One would live far longer on a milk-only diet than a water-only diet, I would guess. Excepting cases of pre-existing physiological dysfunction (kidney failure, lactose intolerance, etc.)

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Sodrabought Ṁ100 of YES

I stopped drinking milk a few years back, and lost 40 pounds after switching to water.

Milk is nutrient and calorie dense, but is linked to weight gain and acne. Milk is also slightly acidic and can cause heartburn.

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Jonathan Raybought Ṁ0 of NO

@Sodra slightly acidic foods don't cause heartburn because the stomach is already intrinsically much more acidic than any common food. I'd be much more concerned about eating chips and toast other abrasive things that might damage the stomach lining if they're not perfectly chewed before swallowing.