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This is how it should be.
"Don't judge me for what I eat"- I like that.
Humans are hunters. We are supposed to consume meat. We were to only eat vegan when we didn't get meat.
"meat eating had been identified as the biggest contributed of carbon and methane emissions"?
It's a different thing to be allergic. I am taking about the political reasons.
Why would being vegan be political? It’s just a diet
You’d be surprised. I remember seeing a video of a woman saying non vegans deserve to die. People can take anything and turn it to the extreme
But your body is also made out of meat.. Could it be that maybe you're allergic to yourself?
@have_a_good_day I’m just have a hypersensitive immune system and that’s probably why. I also have eczema and that’s because my body over reacts to small things so I’m guessing that might be the same reason why I’m allergic to meat.
@Agape93 wow, I don’t claim those vegans. Those are the more extremists.
Yeap they are lol I find them more amusing than threatening though. They couldn’t catch me if they tried lol
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Doesn't meat eating helps loose weight? Specially chicken and lean fish?
*4) They “think” it will help them lose weight. To lose weight, eat less calories than you burn. It doesn’t matter if it’s mostly fat, carbs, or protein.
Protein helps you to gain muscle which will in turn burn more calories.
Protein can be used to gain muscle if used / timed right and you had a sufficient amount of carbs and healthy fat.Just eating more protein won’t help you gain muscle. If you’re not exercising in a way to gain muscle, the extra protein will get stored as fat. If it’s not timed right, you won’t see the big gains. Also how much protein you eat over a time period matters too. Eat too much, and most of it gets stored as as fat. Eat too little and you don’t see the gains you could, or you’re muscles build themselves back up smaller after the workout.If you don’t have an adequate carb intake, protein takes over for the processes that were supposed to be fueled by carbs. This takes a lot away from the rest of its functions like building muscle. And no, protein isn’t the main source of fuel during a workout. Depending on the intensity and duration of the exercise, creatine, carbs, or fat are the primary fuel for exercise. If protein is the main source of fuel during exercise, then you’re not getting sufficient nutrients from your diet, your gains are minimized because it’s taking away from the protein’s primary functions.