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(07-06-2016, 11:21 AM)Kung Fu Wrote: I'm about halfway there to being a vegan. I'm still on the fence on this one though. Don't get me wrong, I definitely do know a vegan dietary lifestyle is a great path to good health but I'm still not convinced that cutting out meat and dairy completely is the answer.
(07-06-2016, 12:15 PM)rfseekinheart Wrote: I have a condition caused by an allergic reaction that i think has altered the function of mitochondria in my body, possibly similar to what occurs with vaccines which is why i looked at this, the problem is with meat, is its really difficult to get grass fed lean meat, and like you im not sure it is necessarily the best thing for you, i read stories like this and realize it may not be.
the thing is, is that, there are healthier alternatives i think like almond milk, coconut milk as long as you are getting your vit b12, bill clinton is a vegan after his heart problems so that has to say alot, considering the mans wealth.
who knows but it makes sense to me. i think the animal produce is heavily riddled with hormones etc.
and hopefully the organic produce is less so, riddled with pesticides etc.
(07-06-2016, 07:31 PM)Vytas Wrote: I believe we should choose food in accordance with our blood type, there is a lot of researches done about it, vegan maybe good option for A/AB blood type, but O types will lose a lot if they decide to give up on eating meat. Would love to know how many real vegans belongs to those two groups. Im guessing that people who doesn't profit or even are harmed by some type of meat sense it instinctively, or even by how well they feel, so they start to look at alternatives. Personally for me it never made sense neither for religious neither for health reasons.
Vibrant thing? I think there is plenty other reasons affecting it, personality, genes, confidence level, resting habits, field of work and many others. Shouldn't give food too much credit here...