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A SCIENTIFIC VR to Vegans claiming they debunk my Claims about Veganism

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nimble23
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Published on 02 Apr 2021 / In Conspiracies

Respect to Varg.

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pastprovespresent
pastprovespresent 3 months ago

When people say you can get your calcium from spinach, not really. As he said, it would take 16 servings. At that quantity on a regular basis, you would develope kidney stones from too much oxalic acid. Moreover, that oxalic acid binds with the iron in the spinach and prevents your body's ability to absorb much needed iron. This is a small example of why you can't just replace that steak or cup of yogurt for 16 bowls of spinach. The average person isn't even educated well enough about nutrition to be making all the adjustments necessary. I totally agree with the author that it's one thing to do what you want, but to be promoting something as healthy to the general public with nothing to back it up. Most of the vegetarians I've gotten to know still cheat from time to time when their other vegan or veg friends aren't around. Those are probably the ones who somebody would point out that so and so has been doing this for years and is fine. And for all of those who don't eat meat, because of the animals. The reality is animals get killed when they harvest the produce, especially large soybean crops to make all the soy milk, soy chese, faux chicken, etc..

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MichaelS
MichaelS 6 months ago

Are you talking about people wild uncooked meat.

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MichaelS
MichaelS 6 months ago (edited)

You don’t have to go totally vegan, just eat more vegetables and smaller portions of meat. You only need a small portion of meat mixed in with mostly veggies. That’s the healthiest diet. I like the taste of meat and loves veggies, but I eat too much meat, like a chicken breast is more then enough meat for 4 people. And it wouldn’t harm anyone to skippy a day or two without meat. Our meat is starting to cause illness because of high demand and everyone knows the faster you produce the meat the less quality of the meat. Fatten them up quicker means fattier meat, means your eating more saturated fat, and increase risk of heart disease. Higher demand means less healthy animal which means less healthy meat. Factory farming is less healthy then nature.

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nimble23
nimble23 6 months ago

The ice age proved that Arians are better off on an all meat diet rather than a no meat diet. I don't believe the jew bs about fat/collesterol as they are nutritional requirements.. Sugar/mal nourishment are the biggest causes of illness.. I agree that natural/organic farming is far superior, but not really possible with mono cultural farming for mass produce.

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yardfowl
yardfowl 4 months ago

i would agree that mast produced meat is not the safest meat to consume. A lot of it is full of added hormones and antibiotics. But on that same note , mass produced, mono veges and grains are just as toxic if not more so. There is a reason the produce has become genetically modified. Local grown, organic meats and veges from small farms/ranches are the only foods i will consume. As for a single chicken breast being enough meat to feed 4 people......no comment.

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yardfowl
yardfowl 4 months ago

@nimble23: Sugar is the fuel that cancer cells need to replicate and spread, its no wonder that our society's are plagued w/ cancers . Processed foods are loaded with cancer fuel.

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nimble23
nimble23 4 months ago

@yardfowl: Yes.. The toxins that cause it and the fuel to feed it.

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pastprovespresent
pastprovespresent 3 months ago

@nimble23: Yes, plus they sauté it in a teflon coated pan, which releases more cancer causing chemicals into your food. It's the easiest change anyone can make for themselves is to throw them out and get cast iron and stainless steel pans. Once you season them, they will be non-stick. Go watch the documentary "The Devil You Know" to see what Duoont and their teflon has done to people.

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nimble23
nimble23 3 months ago

@pastprovespresent: Yeah I've been aware of that for years, I only cook with cast iron or stainless.

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pastprovespresent
pastprovespresent 3 months ago

Most people need 80g of meat per day. That is about the size of a deck of playing cards, so one chicken breast might be stretched out for four people, but it is not optimal for the amount of protein the body needs. Children that are growing, it is even more crucial they are getting adequate protein. There are phytonutriants we get in meat that are very difficult for us to get sufficient quantities other ways. As far as turn around too quickly; the difference between veal and beef is about six months. Chickens are usually young. We don't generally eat animals that have lived a long life. The meat would be very tough, and often has a different flavor. However, in commercial soups, they are often old laying hens, but that is stewed and chopped into tiny pieces, so you don't really need to chew it. Your skip a day or two of meat is not ideal for everyone. Those who are diabetic, hypoglycemic or any sort of pancreas issues need meat every day. It's protein that helps regulate your blood sugar. Without that regulation, you can go into a diabetic coma and risk death. A person could maybe eat some meat for breakfast, then not eat meat again for 24 hours. That is doable, if somebody wanted to do a cleanse of some sort.

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nimble23
nimble23 3 months ago

@pastprovespresent: Also blood type/stomach acid comes in to it; " O types are descended from our “hunter-gatherer” ancestors. As such, they do best with high protein, low grain diets.
Type O’s tend to have higher stomach acid than other types, while Type A’s tend to have lower stomach acid than other types. This does mean that Type O’s are better equipped to break down dense protein (like meat), while Type A’s are less well equipped, and will therefore do better with vegetarian proteins."
*Dr Lauren Deville (Naturopathic Doctor).

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