Things are changing, i quite often see more options in the past few years than previous, i suspect by the time your my age it be a good chunk of a menu. The B12 issue is a common human issue as it comes from bacteria in dirt and fresh water. Its only sourced through meat due to the animals eating it. Most "milks" non dairy consumers have are infused with B12 so we dont have to worry about it
Thanks for the MHO
You dont look pale or malnourished, its a mythFood is what you make it, if you make bland food you will get bland food. You can eat pizza and pasta, i eat them all the time, i had a amazing dough vegan pizza just the other night at a local pubNot preachy we just have to correct the incorrect statements that are given and we often get attacked. I have to answer a barrage of questions all the time, On the flip side i see people selling meat products and talking about meat all the time, so many adverts have meat advertised, i dont want to see or hear it but its forced into my head.
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Where is the study on IQ? as for muscle mass one of the strongest men in the world is one Patrik Baboumian
What things are they? i am interested to know as i have not come across them. Have a look at Patrik Baboumian and Fiona Oakes, he is one of the strongest men in the world and she is a long distance (100s of miles) runner, both are vegan and both are older people and fitter than most of us
Like I said some peoples bodies can handle it but some can't. Veganism can cause many issues like hormone imbalance, B12 deficiency, lack of hemoglobin, zinc absorption, anemia due to lack of iron. Plus many more things that haven't been discovered yet as veganism as a lifestyle is a relatively new thing. A friend of mine was vegan for 4 years, she started having weird health issues and the Drs couldn't figure out why the things were happening, she tried supplements and vitamins but nothing was working. She ended up slowly reintroducing animal products back into her diet and it was almost an immediate change.
The carbon footprint from monocropping is arguably worse for the environment. Have to get raw resources to make all the chemicals like fertilizer and pesticides. Transport them to the chemical manufacturer. Then transport it to the crops. Monocropping destroys a lot of habitat. Planting and harvesting kill tons of ground nesting birds, rodents, etc. When it rains the chemicals run off into water supplies. You have to think about the fuel used in this process as well.
Yes but we currently do both so if 1 was eliminated by default the numbers should drop as the same fuel is spent in transportation of meat and the land used for farming currently could be converted for crops either way if 1 or the other was stripped it would help no?
Would make more sense to just do both responsibly. There are companies that do both and operate at a profit
No ofc yet nobody has the power as in u or me to make it happen was just talking hypothetical I'm a meat eater also
A lot of people have the ability to have a garden or greenhouse. Other than that I agree.
Yrsh but they don't care to learn to make food themself replying on the avrage person to be accountable is a long shot because the avrage person don't care
I agree but that doesn't mean they don't have the ability. Probability and possibility are different.
Its like cheese, i thought i couldn't give that up.. but i did and now i dont care, i just see it as this stodgy stuff that smells weird. Your tastes change once you give it up
So true. It cool if your a vegan, but when there personality is just that there are vegan they constantly have to remind you about it. It’s all they talk is they’re vegan.
With all the options in todays world the "skinny" vegan is almost a myth, i promise you! my local vegan group often jokes about it
Just as bad as eating meat? Did you not finish high school or something?
Grew up on a farm and my neighbors farmed and have livestock. I know the process very intimately actually. Did you take into the account the resources needed to make pesticides and fertilizer. You have to get raw ingredients, transport them to a chem plant, turn raw resources into the desired chemical, haul the chemical to a dealer, farm transports it from there to farm. Then the farmer is gonna haul it all around the Fields spraying said chemical. The energy needed to produce, transport, and then use is often not considered. That's just fertilizer. Now if you want to talk about seed, then crop harvest and transport, then storage, the transport again. Tons of other things I could waste my time pointing out as well.