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Are vegans hypocrites?

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4 hours ago, Lal said:

Im asian and i eat pretty much anything that walks or crawls or breathe or exist. Vegans to me are picky snobs who lie to themselves. Id eat a vegan.

Seriously? This is your first post here and you use it to be rude and offensive. You've joined the wrong site, mate. 

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aztek
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if you are vegan due to belief that your body is not made to eat meat, i can understand that, our small intestate is really long,  it reassembles herbivores more than that of a any predator, but  if you are a vegan for entire purpose of PC, and because animals suffer, you are retarded idiot, that is all there is to it.

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Fruitarian, flexitarian or… WHAT? Why a traditional balanced diet is the winner

Veganism, pescetarianism, ovo-lacto vegetarianism, gluten-free, flexitarianism… the list goes on, and it’s hard to keep up with the latest diet trends. But, if you’re looking to get your diet on track, a varied, balanced diet might be the answer you’re looking for. As we become more conscious about what we put into our bodies, it’s only right that we look into the nutritional value of what we eat. Lean red meat, such as lamb, pork and beef, is a rich source of protein, which is important for the growth and repair of muscles and bones. Beef is also a good source of a type of iron that is more readily absorbed from lean red meat than other sources such as pulses, nuts, seeds and leafy green vegetables. A healthy diet doesn’t need you to chop out big food groups, which can also make you feel like you’re missing out. A healthy, balanced diet incorporates all the food groups in the right proportions. Making quick midweek meals with lean red meat and teaming it with a variety of nutritious vegetables, starchy carbs and other food groups could get your health in check, by feeding your body the right balance of nutrients you need.

Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2019/04/23/what-is-flexitarianism-and-why-should-you-be-doing-it-8893092/?ito=cbshare


 

 

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Alchopwn

Dietary choices are not a substitute for an actual human personality.

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