Refuting a post by Andrew Gripp in which he calls for a State-sanctioned prohibition of meat inspired, no less, by a religiously-motivated similar ban in India
In this video JP Sears shows how ridiculous it would seem if meat eaters acted the way vegans do when they think theirs is a morally superior diet — it’s hilarious:
Isn’t it funny that, just like creationists, some vegans exist today thanks to an evolutionary process they insist on denying?
Contrary to what vegans claim (or want us to conclude), going veg is bad for animals, our health and the environment.
Although it could be counterintuitive, these diets have a greater negative impact on the environment:
This is a very good opportunity to remind ourselves that even the finest skeptic can be convinced with appeals to emotion and that it can affect his critical thinking skills
One study found that colorectal cancer mortality doesn’t differ between vegetarians and nonvegetarians. Another study found that the rate of colorectal cancer is *higher* among vegetarians than in nonvegetarians.
The study, the biggest of its kind, wanted to know if gluten-free food is healthier than regular food. Turns out, it isn’t:
After this, anyone who believes that vegetarianism and veganism are excellent for health should reconsider their position and look for more sound arguments… if there’s any.
Vegetarianism and associated trends are the food choice of many people. Personally, I’m not impressed. These are the reasons why a person gives up meat in his diet an why these reasons do not convince me:
The FDA gave the warning:
The warning came from the UK’s Food Standards Agency:
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