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Healthy eating isn’t just about avoiding meat but having a balanced diet.

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Ok, I'm all for not eating meat.
 
However, vegetables just have no taste.
 
Take a top tip from a well known doctor, & deep fry everything in Lard.
 
Deletion in 3...2...1
 
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555 correction if I may .... Vegetables in America has no taste ;-) .... they just look great ! .... Oh ... and I am no veggie ... Right now I long for a 5 Guys ... or a In and out Burger ....

Ugly looking organically grown vegetables ... have great taste ... :-)


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555 correction if I may .... Vegetables in America has no taste ;-) .... they just look great ! .... Oh ... and I am no veggie ... Right now I long for a 5 Guys ... or a In and out Burger ....

Ugly looking organically grown vegetables ... have great taste ... :-)


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East Europeans all grew up on lard piled on to home bread with a sprinkle of paprika. In fact I still use lard today for all frying and still going strong

Obviously Dr atkins was a big fan.

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17 minutes ago, balo said:

I am almost meat free myself, but I do eat boiled chicken from time to time. What is very important if you go vegetarian is to eat plenty of beans and lentils, because of the high amount of protein. Especially kidney beans contains a lot of it. 

do you use 'beano' or do you 'sing' your wife to sleep at night?

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I think it's more about the logistics and effect of trying to produce enough meat these days for the rapidly expanding global population.

Means more deforestation etc to be able to produce the food required to raise enough livestock. There are other sources of protein though which have a much smaller impact.

 

For example, cows need to consume approx 8g feed to gain 1g weight whereas insects require 2g feed for every 1g weight gain.

So becoming veggie is not absolutely necessary but a re-think on our protein sources is definitely needed.

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never take health advise from a magazine...

 

many healthy foods do not want to be eaten ... they contain chemicals to make most animals sick and infertile... they only have this defence system to teach you and them a lesson

 

look up oxalates (kidney stone formers, highest in spinach), lectins (makes your gut leaky, ibs, ibd, high in WHEAT, potato, tomato, also know as NIGHTSHADES)

 

most vegetarians look sickly because of iron and B12 deficiency

 

sadly most antibiotics in the world are used to FATTEN ANIMALS and make them survive long enough the very BAD living environments before they DROP DEAD of diseases, they got the one way ticket to the slaughterhouse ...  Cows being constantly pregnant to give you the white liquid no other mammal drinks after weaning and certainly not from another animal...

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Beans, lentils and soya are all estrogenic foods that increase estrogen in the body which isn’t good..

 

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10 hours ago, balo said:

I am almost meat free myself, but I do eat boiled chicken from time to time. What is very important if you go vegetarian is to eat plenty of beans and lentils, because of the high amount of protein. Especially kidney beans contains a lot of it. 

sounds dreadful to me. 

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