Vegan dating a meat eater
I am sure I asked them, but the answers were dismissive.The happy cartoon cows on my milk cartons and the winking pigs on my packets of lunchables were quite enough to keep me from guessing that I could be taking part in any sort of cruelty.In Earthlings, animals are shown caged up in steel prisons, stacked up on top of one another in spaces too small to turn around. Look on face as if I have just sprouted a unicorn horn. 'I could never go vegan.'When I explain to people what happens to these animals, they feel dreadful. Or that square-foot-by-square-foot, factory farming is the most wasteful way to grow food possible. I have learnt how to make vegan versions of my old favourites.They squawk and squeal in anguish day-in, day-out until they drive each other insane. Certainly a lifestyle to adjust to, but then, lots of people are vegetarian. That if we used all that space to grow grains, fruits and vegetables; we would easily eliminate world hunger. Most importantly, my conscience was clear at every meal.If you have forced plant based diets upon your children, or unborn fetus they will also suffer. Now let’s let the data speak for itself and get into the science of vegetarian diets and health.
As I have extensively pointed out, there is no credible fossil, archeological, anthropological or biochemical evidence to show that any hunter-gatherers or pre-agricultural humans ever consumed all plant based diets.
Well-planned vegetarian diets are appropriate for individuals during all stages of the life cycle, including pregnancy, lactation, infancy, childhood, and adolescence, and for athletes.” I don’t know what planet the authors of this paper came from or what scientific journals they have been reading, but these statements simply are not supported by the data. Bucciarelli P, Martini G, Martinelli I, Ceccarelli E, Gennari L, Bader R, Valenti R, Franci B, Nuti R, Mannucci PM.
To start with, if vegetarian diets are so healthful, then any reasonable person might expect that people eating plant based diets would have lower death rates from all causes than their meat eating counterparts. The relationship between plasma homocysteine levels and bone mineral density in post-menopausal women.
These definitive “smoking guns” in the archaeological record leave little doubt that all human species ate animal foods from the very get-go of our existence.
Scientists are able to determine the relative percentage of plant and animal food in extinct human (hominid) species by analyzing elements called isotopes within their fossilized bones.