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    (Original post by Megan_101)
    What's your favourite type of vegan cheese?
    I'm yet to try any, I'm not big into 'replacement' products but I probably will try them at some point
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    (Original post by Zaclowton)
    Such a genuinely beautiful life they have!
    Agreed. So much love, fantastic parenting and nature. I grew up for the first few years of my life in the bucolic English countryside wading through rivers, picking berries and stroking horses. I find a life so close to nature incredibly compelling. I really didn't expect anyone else to watch her videos.
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
    Please feed me with some mechanistic evidence. Whether flesh eaters are delusional, is subjective.
    I've been a bystander so far but the way you two are going in on the OP is wrong. He provided proof despite the fact there is no need for him/her to actually provide proof. The onus is on you to look it up and educate yourself. Abstaining from eating meat is actually correlated with a higher life expectancy. An early grave for all your bloodthirsty animal killers - fitting really.

    Your posts reek of meat guilt and obvious inadequacy about your lifestyle choices.
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    (Original post by Zaclowton)
    Well good luck in your masters with your level of critical reasoning and ability for analysis

    Nobody has made up facts. The facts are there, you'd of thought that a masters student would be able to analyse and weigh up an argument from both side instead of blindly defending his/her meat eating stand point.

    Again, Good luck on your masters
    Just link some research backing the gibberish rubbish you have said throughout this thread.
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    (Original post by Ollie1999)
    Right I'm not going to be one of "those" and attack you because personally, I think it's quite interesting

    I am a vegetarian and I am thinking of becoming a vegan for the health benefits but I of course still currently have leather shoes. Do you wear leather shoes still? If you had got them before you turned vegan?

    What do you eat regularly? I haven't been that limited as a vegetarian as I still can eat eggs etc as I am a lacto-ovo vegetarian but eating eggs, milk seems difficult due to the fact animal products are added to everything and my school don't really cater for vegans either.

    So what do you do about food in general?
    Hi Mate, Yes I've still got suede shoes which I don't really like wearing but I do occasionally. When I can afford to replace them then I will.

    I eat quite a lot of vegetables, fruits, greens, rice, quinoa, lentils, sauces, pasta. The options really are endless especially if you cook for yourself. Yeah Milk and eggs pop up in a lot of traditional processed foods. If your school doesn't cater for vegans then you can work around it. you can still eat chips and potatoes and veg etc or you can just bring in your own stuff.

    I eat abundantly and plentifully and I'm never hungry
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    (Original post by SA-1)
    Which is why I asked for studies - I'm not going to waste half an hour analysing a youtube video.
    Well I hope you would actually watch the video if for nothing other than confronting you with how inhumane flesh eating actually is.
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    Agreed. So much love, fantastic parenting and nature. I grew up for the first few years of my life in the bucolic English countryside wading through rivers, picking berries and stroking horses. I find a life so close to nature incredibly compelling. I really didn't expect anyone else to watch her videos.
    Yeah, there's a lot to be taken from their lives It's a struggle being in winter in the UK and living a similar life though.
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
    Just link some research backing the gibberish rubbish you have said throughout this thread.
    Shoo jane
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
    Just link some research backing the gibberish rubbish you have said throughout this thread.
    http://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/n...meat-carnitine

    http://nutritionfacts.org/

    That whole site should be of use to you, put in some leg work. I have other questions to answer on this thread
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    Who is your favourite vegan youtuber?

    Mine is Mango Island Mama. her children are so cute:

    I don't actually have one

    But I follow lots of vegan foodies on Instagram - Nom yourself, funky forest food, plant based logic, vegan sidekick....
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    (Original post by JBLondon)
    Why do you feel Jeb Bush isn't getting as many votes as he expected, and do you feel that Bernie Sanders is a viable choice for president given the fact that he has almost a purely socialist agenda?
    America is doomed, that is all I have to say on that matter
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    (Original post by Danny McCoyne)
    I've been a bystander so far but the way you two are going in on the OP is wrong. He provided proof despite the fact there is no need for him/her to actually provide proof. The onus is on you to look it up and educate yourself. Abstaining from eating meat is actually correlated with a higher life expectancy. An early grave for all your bloodthirsty animal killers - fitting really.

    Your posts reek of meat guilt and obvious inadequacy about your lifestyle choices.
    Please post some mechanistic evidence; you are appearing increasingly stupid. Meat is a wide terminology; what do you mean by it? Processed meat such as salami, are a class A carcinogen, WHO. 2015. Meats such as chicken breasts have minimimal/no link with cancer as far as correlational data analysis goes, not to even mention mechanistic data analytical evidence.
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    Off to have a vegan thai red curry for dinner so I'll be back in a bit
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    (Original post by She-Ra)
    I don't actually have one

    But I follow lots of vegan foodies on Instagram - Nom yourself, funky forest food, plant based logic, vegan sidekick....
    Fair enough. I recommend my suggestion if you just wan't to see a perfect family life. As long as you're not watching too much Freelee it's fine. I admit to watching far too many of her videos because I like her accent though :lol:
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
    Please post some mechanistic evidence; you are appearing increasingly stupid. Meat is a wide terminology; what do you mean by it? Processed meat such as salami, are a class A carcinogen, WHO. 2015. Meats such as chicken breasts have minimimal/no link with cancer as far as correlational data analysis goes, not to even mention mechanistic data analytical evidence.
    I provided links on the last page and I was referring to red meat when I said abstaining from it increases life expectancy. Processed meat is obviously bad for you I'm not commenting on that or wasting time googling facts for you what next you asking me to provide proof for why water is wet. :rofl:
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    Fair enough. I recommend my suggestion if you just wan't to see a perfect family life. As long as you're not watching too much Freelee it's fine. I admit to watching far too many of her videos because I like her accent though :lol:
    :lol: Freelee is a bit of a bully in my opinion and very judgemental of non-vegans which I don't think is productive or helpful

    I'll definately check the video out
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    (Original post by Zaclowton)
    http://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/n...meat-carnitine

    http://nutritionfacts.org/

    That whole site should be of use to you, put in some leg work. I have other questions to answer on this thread
    A quick click on the first link and the first term in the first paragraph is 'saturated fat'. Red meat are "probable" causes of cancer as a result of the high saturated fat content especially in fattier cuts, but not even inferential analysis can pinpoint a direct correlation. The WHO recommend moderate amounts of red meat which is sensible, but i'd avoid it & eat lean chicken instead which is the least carcinogenic meat assuming it is even a carcinogen
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    (Original post by She-Ra)
    :lol: Freelee is a bit of a bully in my opinion and very judgemental of non-vegans which I don't think is productive or helpful

    I'll definately check the video out
    Oh she isn't a nice person, and neither is Durian. I actually think her diet probably does work for her (5k+ fruit per day) but it is hardly universally replicable.

    MIM preaches kindness and understanding. The only thing she has ever done which I disagreed with was throwing away non vegan food she could have donated to the homeless. But nobody makes only optimal decisions.
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
    A quick click on the first link and the first term in the first paragraph is 'saturated fat'. Red meat are "probable" causes of cancer as a result of the high saturated fat content especially in fattier cuts, but not even inferential analysis can pinpoint a direct correlation. The WHO recommend moderate amounts of red meat which is sensible, but i'd avoid it & eat lean chicken instead which is the least carcinogenic meat assuming it is even a carcinogen
    Seems like you're going to justify your lifestyle at any cost so there's no point taking this debate further.

    Have a good day
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    (Original post by Danny McCoyne)
    I provided links on the last page and I was referring to red meat when I said abstaining from it increases life expectancy. Processed meat is obviously bad for you I'm not commenting on that or wasting time googling facts for you what next you asking me to provide proof for why water is wet. :rofl:
    But they are not mechanistic analysis. The talk about carnitine in meat causing CHDs uses randomized controlled trial testing which in the medical field, means utter rubbish...
 
 
 
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