Before you go all science on us, let's be clear: We're not advocating you stop drinking something because you can't spell it. In fact, we are saying just the opposite. If we lived by that mantra and only consumed things we recognize by their common names, we would dehydrate, since we'd have to forgo Dihydrogen Monoxide (water, duh.)
Which got us thinking: many milk skeptics (not those with dairy allergies or lactose intolerance) steer away from cow milk because of its supposed added hormones and antibiotics— none of it is true. But funny enough, they've switched to Almond Milk, a milk alternative that contains some (very safe) ingredients that we don't necessarily pronounce or spell on a regular basis.