Diet & survival - where are we at?

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michelle c
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Re: Diet & survival - where are we at?

Postby michelle c » Wed Dec 15, 2021 3:22 am

I have been reading up on nutrition. It seems that good quality red meat is not the culprit due to it being nutritionally dense but rather vegetable oils which are toxic to the body. Being vegan is not the answer in my opinion.


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Re: Diet & survival - where are we at?

Postby horizon » Sun Dec 19, 2021 8:05 am

michelle c wrote:I have been reading up on nutrition. It seems that good quality red meat is not the culprit due to it being nutritionally dense but rather vegetable oils which are toxic to the body. Being vegan is not the answer in my opinion.


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No offense, but I'd want to see scientific studies to be convinced of that, not an article from a website that promotes "healing arts".

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