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Vegan Backlash


Veganism isn't for everyone
(Plus, they cheat)



Some poeple seem to do ok on a vegan diet. However, many that would like to eat vegan simply can not. Here are some examples of that. Note in many cases the rabid stubbornness of many vegans correlates to the symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency - which can make you pretty crazy. B12 has no plant based source.

Tasha, a vegan, faced with insurmountable health problems from the diet, began eating meat again and health was restored. One of the interesting things was when she told her vegan friends, mamy of them admitted they secretly ate animal products from time to time for their health. The comments to the article show similar stores from many poeple who were not able to survive on a vegan diet either, and the usual righteous indignation from rabid vegans who blamed the "animal killing industry" for an "obvious made up story". Look up the symptoms of low B12 to understand this behaviour.

Article taken down, but archived at:
http://web.archive.org/web/20110511152311/http://voraciouseats.com/2010/11/19/a-vegan-no-more/


nfl

An NFL player tried to go vegan and still be a football player and found he could not and had to eat small amounts of animal products, despite having a huge budget for advice and ingredients.

Side effects of becoming vegetarian.

Read this and see if this makes more sense.

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Twenty twp reasons not to be a vegan

Written by Sally Fallon Morell

Currently making the rounds on the internet is an article resurrected from a 1999 issue of Vegetarian Times, “22 Reasons to Go Vegetarian.”

“Consider making this healthy choice as one of your new year’s resolutions. . .” says the teaser. “Stacks of studies confirm that a diet full of fresh fruits and vegetables and grains is your best bet for living a longer, healthier and more enjoyable life. There are literally hundreds of great reasons to switch to a plant-based diet; here are 22 of the best.”

Leaving aside for the moment the fact that a “plant-based diet” is not necessarily the same as a vegan diet, and that in the US a diet containing fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains is a marker for prosperity and health consciousness (and therefore would naturally give better results than a diet lacking in these items), let’s look first at the American origins of the premise that a diet composed largely of fruits, vegetables and grains (presumably whole grains) is a passport to good health...


Road kill is vegan

Please stop laughing, they're serious.

84

Can't beat that meat

84% of vegetarians go back to consuming animals, study finds - humane Research Council report reveals there are very few vegetarian Americans. And five our of six return to meat at some point.