budo wrote: ↑
Mon Jul 01, 2019 7:22 pm
Sam Vara wrote: ↑
Mon Jul 01, 2019 6:31 pm
From another thread in this section:
Veganism (or better termed Supplementarians) have a whole host of issues, but that's another topic for another thread.
I was just wondering what those issues are. Health issues? Psychological issues?
Here's the new thread, anyway...
This is a huge rabbit hole that gets very deep, but to start, a lot of dying babies, and it's getting much worse, the frequency of baby deaths is increasing.
- https://calgaryherald.com/news/crime/pa ... f52c6f37c6
- https://www.thelocal.se/20190523/swedis ... egan-child
- https://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/a ... d=12204479
- https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9098511/v ... d-belgium/
I've seen pictures of vegans having babies who cannot grow teeth, whereas these vegans were raised on meat thus allowing them to develop properly. The first signs of disease is poor vision, poor skin, and poor dental health, so if you're wearing glasses and have cavities, you're not healthy according to nature.
- Then you have low fat diets, which doesn't solve insulin caused diseases
- Your body needs cholesterol to utilize vitamin D3 and other fat soluble vitamins like Retinol (which is not the same as beta-carotene), k2 (which is not the same as K1), and CoQ10.
- Aside from olive oil, avocados, and maybe coconut oil, plant fats are high in omega 6 which is inflammatory.
- Nuts, seeds and grains, are high in anti-nutrients, like phytic acid which causes cavities
. The Egyptians were one of the first cultures to eat Wheat and had terrible cavities, whereas the Eskimos and inuit had perfect teeth and facial development due to high fat diet with a lot of fat soluble vitamins.
- Low fat diet -> poor facial development -> mouth breathing -> low oxygen and increased co2 -> higher inflammation and disease, and also poor sleep, sleep apnea, etc..
- So if they're low protein, low fat, and high carb, they're in for trouble eventually, and as I said, they weren't raised like that otherwise they wouldn't be able to grow teeth as kids.
And there's a lot more.. I can write a book about this, I was a vegan once myself many years ago, and my health deteriorated which lead to research, then I went full carnivore for a few years and my digestion, sleep, eye sight (used to be -7 and now at -3) improved, teeth improved.. I try to be as carnivore as I can be in general, but I do cheat a lot.
In short, if it's not good for a baby, it's not good for you!