Negative Health Consequences of a Vegan Diet

This clip is taken from the Joe Rogan Experience podcast #842 with Chris Kresser (vnchannel.net/vision/video-v_2vNj8pshY.html), also available for download via iTunes & Stitcher (bit.ly/2cMu01l).
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  1. Whitebelt BJJ

    Whitebelt BJJ

    Giờ trước

    I can't stand listening to someone with dry mouth. All I hear is his lips smacking together...

  2. Richard Bedford

    Richard Bedford

    5 giờ trước

    I have been Veggie for 36 years.. I am very healthy, I have competed at a bunch of sports at a strong level, I have zero health issues.... seriously... it isnt an issue

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      3 giờ trước

      veggie what? vegan?

  3. Johnny Watt

    Johnny Watt

    6 giờ trước

    Non-vegans talking about a vegan diet. Stroking eachother. Stupid interview. Joe get Dr Michael Greger or even Durianrider.

  4. lmwrt

    lmwrt

    6 giờ trước

    Some learning about human digestive tract, beginning with our teeth and ending with our intestinal tract, not forgetting the stomach, is of the essence. We are omnivores. Period. We were created that way, and we do need to eat what our body needs to regenerate itself, not what is in the latest fad, unless the latest fad includes everything the body needs. Humans need 90 essential nutrients of which we have 60 minerals, 16 vitamins, 12 amino acids and 2 EFA's (essential fatty acids) and these are the minimum so that we stay alive, so good luck extracting all of these being a vegetarian or even worse, a vegan. You will get by for some years as the body stores lots of nutrients for a rainy day, but after 6 to 15 years depending on the person, you will be slowly dying. As I say don't take it from me, learn it and think for yourself.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      3 giờ trước

      didn't the video just identify the handful of nutrients vegans need to take care to get enough of? you can just supplement those nutrients to achieve complete nutrition and good health - as they say in the video

  5. Michela Marola

    Michela Marola

    8 giờ trước

    What the fuck has to do flying a plane and literally drinking another species milk when grown ups. The ridiculous part is drinking cow's milk, is the equivalent of drinking whale milk or dog milk, just easier to get. And veganism stands for 2019 world needs: eating meat is environmentally detrimental. More food for everyone #govegan

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      2 giờ trước

      vegans use "no other animals do it" to imply drinking cow's milk isn't 'natural'. in the video they make the point that that specific objection is nonsense, because humans do lots of things that no other animals do. many humans are adapted to digest cow's milk. you could probably drink whale or dog milk. i would if i was starving and found a refrigerated supply of it - wouldn't you? yes eating meat is environmentally detrimental - that's another issue entirely.

  6. Thalia Koning

    Thalia Koning

    8 giờ trước

    plants feel pain... o my god. how stupid are people.

  7. Paul Ramon

    Paul Ramon

    8 giờ trước

    I just saw a fucking ad about the wall being built in Texas :/

  8. Handsome Squidward

    Handsome Squidward

    10 giờ trước

    I've been a vegan since May 1, 1999 and I'm still looking fabulous.

  9. Josh Hadley

    Josh Hadley

    10 giờ trước

    This diet makes me sick, but makes other people think better of me is a mental illness.

  10. TheRex360

    TheRex360

    10 giờ trước

    2:19 i think it kinda stupid if you compare it to other stuff like that

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      2 giờ trước

      i think it kinda stupid if you don't understand why they make those comparisons.

  11. skylineXpert

    skylineXpert

    18 giờ trước

    there is one thing everyone should practice is self criticism. Havent heard of a vegan yet that critized his own choices just like meat eaters should think twice.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      2 giờ trước

      i'm pretty sure vegans are vegan because they have reflected on their own choices.

    • Kyle

      Kyle

      15 giờ trước

      What would you like vegans, as a group, to be critical of?

  12. Nikola Tesla

    Nikola Tesla

    19 giờ trước

    just googled chris 'cholesterol denialist' kresser. that's the flat earth of health

  13. The Rooster

    The Rooster

    19 giờ trước

    Anyone know how he fixed his gut microbiome? Didn't watch the full podcast not sure if he explained it there or not

    • The Rooster

      The Rooster

      8 giờ trước

      @Vasken F thanks

    • Vasken F

      Vasken F

      8 giờ trước

      The Rooster I have Rheumatoid arthritis and have had little to no pain in a year and absolutely no flare ups doing a carnivore style diet and take no medication or supplements. I don’t know what you eat now but for me once I removed sugar and plants inflammation seriously decreased. If you are in a flare up right now I would try and get some wild oysters and some fatty meats and see what happens(medium-medium rare cooking) and the oysters raw. Our digestive systems are made and have evolved to digest these foods. Try out what you can because once your in a flare up you really don’t have much to lose you know? And I promise you from one human to another animals raised on pasture and even lower quality grain fed ones are the least inflammatory foods possible. I’m sorry about your colitis and your flare up brother wish you the best.

    • The Rooster

      The Rooster

      8 giờ trước

      @Vasken F even if you are going through an ulcerative colitis flare?

    • Vasken F

      Vasken F

      9 giờ trước

      The Rooster You fix your microbiome by eating the most fatty pasture raised meats you can find. Also organs and shell fish and wild fish as well. Get rid of the plants they will hold u back.

  14. Diana Damaschin

    Diana Damaschin

    23 giờ trước

    Americans rediscovering food... At least where I am from we've been eating organ meats for ever.

  15. lurre burre

    lurre burre

    23 giờ trước

    I like joe for hes open minded thinking but when it comes to vegan diets hes full ape, this interview is full retard mode

  16. Nano C

    Nano C

    Ngày trước

    I tried for 4 5 days and noticed i felt weak like i was missing something so i had meat and was back

  17. Snakewhisperer

    Snakewhisperer

    Ngày trước

    This is just ignorant bullshit propaganda. It is perfectly possible to be malnourished as a vegan or a meat eater if you are a moron. It is also perfectly possible to educate yourself and be healthy as both, though it is harder if you eat meat as there are so many things in today's meat that are bad for the body. FYI Scarlett Johansson is vegan :-)

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      18 phút trước

      @Snakewhisperer ?? of course the information is out there. of course it is perfectly possible to get all nutritional needs from a vegan diet. that's what they say in this video you called ignorant bullshit propaganda. i literally said "complete nutrition is possible on a vegan diet" above. the question is whether a vegan diet is more healthy than a diet that includes some meat/fish/eggs/dairy, and whether managing nutrient intake is more complicated on a vegan diet. of course managing nutrient intake on a vegan diet is _more_ complicated. if you're on a vegan diet you need to at least consider, manage or monitor b12, iron, omega 3, vitamin d. eating the same vegan diet plus eggs and fish removes the need to supplement. simpler. disagree?

    • Snakewhisperer

      Snakewhisperer

      Giờ trước

      @eeeaten I don't supplement at all. I am lucky enough to have a Vegan nutritional expert as a partner. I'm not going to go into it as the information is all out there but for adults at least (and I'm not sure about babies and children) it is perfectly possible to get all nutritional needs from a vegan diet. It's all out there. You just have to go looking.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      2 giờ trước

      @Snakewhisperer how do you supplement? for which nutrients do you manage your intake?

    • Snakewhisperer

      Snakewhisperer

      3 giờ trước

      ​@eeeaten It isn't more or less complicated at all. I used to eat meat and was perfectly healthy. Now I am fully vegan and still perfectly healthy. So from my own experience, which meat eaters do not have, I can tell you that it is no more complicated to eat a healthy diet as a vegan. You just have to educate yourself about nutrition, whichever diet you choose to eat.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      18 giờ trước

      Snakewhisperer doesn’t make sense. To be healthy on a diet that includes meat, just don’t eat much red meat, don’t eat blackened meat, don’t eat processed meat, eat a balanced diet. Simple. Replacing nutrients to go full vegan is more complicated although (as they literally say in the video) complete nutrition is possible on a vegan diet.

  18. Echo November

    Echo November

    Ngày trước

    I rest my case ----> Gladiators were 'mostly vegetarian' Roman gladiators had a diet that was mostly vegetarian, according to an analysis of bones from a cemetery where the arena fighters were buried. ... They found the gladiator diet was grain-based and mostly meat-free

  19. Giovanni Vega

    Giovanni Vega

    Ngày trước

    not gonna lie I thought the guy in the green shirt was vegan at first

  20. starchild

    starchild

    Ngày trước

    We are also the only animal in nature that has to babysit their children for years so that they can become strong enough on their own.. point is we are different from other animals.

  21. starchild

    starchild

    Ngày trước

    vegan diet has the same effect as calorie restriction... not because of the food you are eating. studies has shown if you eat less food your life span increases way more than if you just ate better food .. vegan diet much less healthy because of the lack of vitamins etc... so short term it might help but long term bad.

  22. Chac Mool

    Chac Mool

    Ngày trước

    The only thing that pisses me off about veganism is that now all dishes that don't contain meat will be relabeled as "vegan" and with that all the political stereotypes will be unloaded onto the group of people that made that dish. For example the avocado and guacamole. Avocado is a Mesoamerican fruit and guacamole is a Mexican dish, not a vegan mascot and a vegan dish. The word vegan isn't even 100 years old, and Mesoamericans and Mexicans eat meat too. Just browsing through the comments you get the impression that vegans think the only meat that exists is some greasy, fried drumstick from KFC or that meat-eaters only eat raw meat while listening to death metal. It's nothing but clowns with too much time on their hands. Bread and sugar are technically vegan, but good luck staying healthy eating only that. Some fruits like durian actually "smell like death".

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      4 giờ trước

      @Chac Mool on a scale of 1-10 how annoying is it?

    • Chac Mool

      Chac Mool

      12 giờ trước

      eeeaten I’m annoyed that it has become a mascot for them.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      18 giờ trước

      Chac Mool I don’t know what the problem is. You’re annoyed that avos are food for vegans? What’s annoying about that?

    • Chac Mool

      Chac Mool

      Ngày trước

      @Mickey Mouse "AVOCADO toast" has now become a meme and if you go to r/vegan you'll see "# munching on avocados"

    • Mickey Mouse

      Mickey Mouse

      Ngày trước

      Any examples?

  23. Steven Nodlehs

    Steven Nodlehs

    Ngày trước

    If you're making a steak pie always and some chopped kidney - it tastes much better as well.

  24. Socky OC

    Socky OC

    Ngày trước

    Yes.. we are the only species that uses i-phones, but what has using i-phones got to do with biological functions. Drinking milk has a lot to do with them. So it’s not a ridiculous argument that milk is bad for you. It very well could be.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      18 giờ trước

      Socky OC it’s not an argument that milk is bad for you at all. That’s a different argument altogether.

  25. Feld Effekt

    Feld Effekt

    Ngày trước

    Yes, I can agree on the hormonal imbalance on a vegan diet but our industrially produced milk is toxic to the body. Robust individuals can handle milk intake better than more sensitive ones. Raw milk in moderation from organically raised cows would be much better but still not good to consume in high doses.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      18 giờ trước

      Feld Effekt complete nonsense. Milk is nutritious unless you’re lactose intolerant. Raw milk is approximately zero % different from pasteurised, except less bacteria.

  26. NPC 3.14

    NPC 3.14

    Ngày trước

  27. Ger -

    Ger -

    Ngày trước

    10k dislikes! That’s a large amount of butthurt vegans 🤣

  28. 오승훈

    오승훈

    Ngày trước

    Meat propaganda again. Here we go again

  29. ex machina

    ex machina

    Ngày trước

    16:00 antibiotics are the problem. nuke the gut bio and see what happens.

  30. Implant Detected

    Implant Detected

    Ngày trước

    Been vegan for over 3 years.......zero negative side effects. I'm way healthier. Rogan is a #Shill for the meat industry.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      18 giờ trước

      Implant Detected what do you do about b12?

  31. Comrade Savage

    Comrade Savage

    Ngày trước

    I am vegetarian and I feel like shit almost daily. Have been vegetarian since I was 3. Over the years I've tryed eating meat. My body dosnt want to accept it as food. Basically I feel like ima trow up. Only have once but I was in like 1st grade at the time. I will say though sweet & sour chicken is amazing. I do want to eat meat and I'm gonna try again on Sunday after work. What's funny is I work at a deli so I'm dealing with meat all day long. Ima make a chicken something sandwich.

  32. OC Vegas Property

    OC Vegas Property

    2 ngày trước

    Vegan diet is less healthy by definition. any time you remove nutrients and options you restrict the optimum outcome ....scientific fact.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      16 giờ trước

      OC Vegas Property I don’t think you really have an argument.

    • OC Vegas Property

      OC Vegas Property

      17 giờ trước

      eeeaten I agree, but’s that wasn’t my argument at all..

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      18 giờ trước

      OC Vegas Property there are vegan options for getting the same nutrients tho. Like they said in the video, complete nutrition is possible on a vegan diet.

    • OC Vegas Property

      OC Vegas Property

      Ngày trước

      Tychus Findlay the Peace Activist theoretically, yes. Nobody said to actually eat those, but having options can only provide for a better diet and more nutrients.

    • Tychus Findlay the Peace Activist

      Tychus Findlay the Peace Activist

      Ngày trước

      i removed motor oil and lead sticks form my diet. I guess I am less healthy now because I removed options.

  33. Hercules Zues

    Hercules Zues

    2 ngày trước

    Im listening to this as i cook burgers on the grill

    • Ghost Music

      Ghost Music

      4 giờ trước

      Hercules Zues chicken and pork chops on the grill here 🍻

  34. Michael Schley

    Michael Schley

    2 ngày trước

    Came for the comments and none of them are funny.

  35. Ryan Torres

    Ryan Torres

    2 ngày trước

    Rogan must be talking about that fag vegan gains.

  36. andrew macedo

    andrew macedo

    2 ngày trước

    Go outside and try to eat wild plants and see if veganisim works in nature

    • TheI3lackPredator

      TheI3lackPredator

      Ngày trước

      Go out and eat raw squirrels, let's see how many parasites and diseases you get 😉

    • Subject Zero

      Subject Zero

      Ngày trước

      Go outside, run after a deer, eat it raw. See how you feel lmao. Foraging is actually a lot easier is that respect.

    • I3atosai

      I3atosai

      Ngày trước

      andrew macedo you’re retarted the same could be said for a meat eaters diet, you can’t just go outside and eat any animal in the nature either. If anyone try’s to eat any thing regardless what diet it falls under and get sick they are mentally challenged. Know one in their right mind would do that dude, that’s why there is research for certain safe plant groups to consume which are statistically way more healthier then any meat eater diet out there. Just facts bro look at both sides of the the spectrum before making such vague statements kiddo

    • Daniel James

      Daniel James

      2 ngày trước

      andrew macedo true 😂😂😂

  37. jan rees

    jan rees

    2 ngày trước

    If you eat too much liver you can get vitamin A poisoning pretty quickly, especially if you eat dog, canine or feline liver, and if that's all you eat for a couple of days you can easily die in a few da

  38. Felix Keenan

    Felix Keenan

    2 ngày trước

    It be interesting if more people might consider being vegan some days more or less of the week. Its VERY difficult to get the vegan diet right and changes person to person but if people would be willing to experiment on some days in the week it would help reduce ecological impact. For the meat industry to retain a high level of profitability they could be integrating livestock more into cultivation/rotation/ ecological Succession. It would create more jobs working with animals, might raise the price some be it would be a lot better quality meat /quality of life for the animal and help to keep the fertility/diversity of food harvest up, as such bringing prices of various other foods down like nuts ect. Vested interests are vested interests there has to be incentive to change structure of practice.

  39. Viking 1982

    Viking 1982

    2 ngày trước

    Vegans make me laugh, you look sick and pale, and probably feel like shit as well, we were born to eat both, thats the way nature intended,

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      18 giờ trước

      Viking 1982 nature intended for you to be eaten by a lion.

  40. I3atosai

    I3atosai

    2 ngày trước

    “ Humans are animals”? Wtf humans don’t act strictly off instinct like animals do that is ridiculous humans have a conscious. If you look at the teeth of a lion what are they? Sharp, when you look at humans and cow teeth and any other species who have flat teeth we were meant to eat green fed veggies

    • I3atosai

      I3atosai

      Ngày trước

      The Wraith Ok, Ok, dude are you running an anti-humanism movement? Look Of course we are animals in the strictly biological sense, as are clams, flies, and bacteria. But not in the moral sense. There is an important distinction we must maintain. Humans are morally different from animals. Our lives matter more because we are more than the mere sum of our biology. For example, only humans have ethical duties, one of which is to treat animals humanely because we understand they feel pain and can suffer. Name one animal that owes a moral obligation to us, each other, or anything? Bottom line: If we come to see ourselves as just animals, that will not elevate other species to our level of significance, but reduce ours to theirs. That is why I “call out” this video out and subversions like you who are against human exceptionalism.

    • a cat

      a cat

      2 ngày trước

      Part of the mammal category

    • The Wraith

      The Wraith

      2 ngày trước

      *Humans are animals”? Wtf humans don’t act strictly off instinct like animals do* Uh..humans are animals. Humans are mammals which is a class of animals. *that is ridiculous humans have a conscious.* Yes, which means we're more intelligent and evolved than most animals....but we're still animals. *If you look at the teeth of a lion what are they? Sharp, we were meant to eat green fed veggies* Humans used to have bigger teeth and stronger jaw muscles. However due to our intelligence we eventually developed cutting tools and learned about fire and cooking meat to make it easier to chew.

  41. The Wraith

    The Wraith

    2 ngày trước

    1:46 - That was probably Gary Yourofsky.

  42. Desmond Smith

    Desmond Smith

    2 ngày trước

    Milk and iPhones are a false equivalency. This guy is 100% bullshit. Joe needs to bring Dr. Milton Mills or Dr. Michael Klaper.

  43. MissAshleyPants

    MissAshleyPants

    2 ngày trước

    Yeah, I'm doing all the stuff they mention, which explains why it works pretty well for me. Run twice a day, train MMA, and still have energy for work, passion projects, a side hustle, and grinding toward my next move lol. I dunno how much better I could be doing. But I also supplement and do the stuff many new vegans (including me when I started) forget to do (algae based DHA and B12 supplement). Plus I make sure to do all the stuff you should do on any diet at all (macro balance, hydrate, eat mostly non-processed food, nix the endotoxins and the refined sugar). It's been working for me for five years now, but I can see what they're saying about how people who do it wrong end up with legitimate issues. I don't like to comment that much on these things, but I just didn't want anyone to stop at the video title and make a snap decision. This diet gives me liiiife. You just gotta do it right and do your research. But that goes for any diet.

    • Jasmine Marie

      Jasmine Marie

      2 ngày trước

      No hair loss, dry skin, bloated belly, premature aging or teeth sensitivity? I was vegan for 8 years, it worked well for a number of years, then issues started, but I never in a million years thought it could be my diet- I thought I was eating the world's most healthy diet! I held on for many more years, supplemented as necessary, but to no avail, ended up so depleted, balding, stomach pains so bad I was in the ER regularly because I couldn't digest gluten, any grains, legumes, etc anymore, and I was desperate. Tried fish_eggs_meat again and WOW I came back to life. Wish you the best! Just be honest with yourself IF you end up running into issues, it may be your diet.

    • Andrew Santiago

      Andrew Santiago

      2 ngày trước

      Their is no right way of being vegan it’s all ethical it’s not healthy

  44. Not Sorry

    Not Sorry

    2 ngày trước

    Problem is that you go to the market and you see meat and products labeled as " organic " with a higher price cost ( which is normally since the animal wasn't fed grain and cheap food in order to grow faster and larger ) and you have then the cheaper meat which you assume the animal wasn't fed only grass. But in reality, how can you tell? It's just a sticky label and a price difference that is dictating it. In Portugal, we have loads of dishes where organ meats are used but I don't like the taste of it. It has a really strong taste and I believe that's what drive people away from having them.

  45. Stacy Mitchell

    Stacy Mitchell

    2 ngày trước

    9:54 Nice tidbit about K2 (deeply tied to D3) -very important duo!

  46. Mince Verlot

    Mince Verlot

    2 ngày trước

    have sv3rige on vnchannel.net/canal/UCPj8fSalbWRebPWo6dVeZUw

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      2 ngày trước

      but he's a fruit.

  47. A Male

    A Male

    3 ngày trước

    2:09 and we are also the only animal in nature capable of cultivating our food in mass amounts cook our food have a moral compass and create supplements to benefit us even more while a vegan diet may not be completely natural it is better for you the earth and animals if it it’s done correctly if you are able to be vegan you should be but most can’t seem to wrap their heads around that

    • I3atosai

      I3atosai

      Ngày trước

      A Male I’m sick of this we are animals shit if we’re animals why doesn’t everyone walk around naked with their dick and balls flying everywhere pussy showing titties hanging flapping around why can’t we do that?... because this is a civilized society we are not animals, animals don’t realize they are naked why? Because animals don’t have morals. Why in the hell was the word human created then? You Know what fuck it yeah Maybe YOU ALL ( I’m a fucking human) are animals..... big fucking sheeple people who follow people like this idiot that have a slight bit of a higher IQ then you dumb asses. Always quick to believe and trust in someone who uses bigger words without fact checking. Fucking idiots

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      2 ngày trước

      sure it's better for the animals and for the planet. not necessarily for your health (ie the whole point of the video).

  48. Yul Smith

    Yul Smith

    3 ngày trước

    We all die end of go live your life and enjoy it as much as you can eat what you want before your time is up.

    • Yul Smith

      Yul Smith

      2 ngày trước

      The way you replie to my comment by spamming haha tells me am more mature so then probably more clever also. The way we consume fossil fuel waste of food waste of good useable stuff we chuck out cause we want to have the latest stuff is how we are destroying the planet not cause we eat food yes animals due produce a lot of Methane gas which does cause some greenhouse gases but this is not the the main problem is how we consume stuff and waste perfectly good products. All I stated is just enjoy life eat what you want don't be worrying about it much cause we all gonna die one day.

    • dago

      dago

      2 ngày trước

      Did you just claim that you're more educated than me? You're not retarded, are you?

    • Yul Smith

      Yul Smith

      2 ngày trước

      If that's your only answer and you think my carbon footprint is going to destroy this planet well you don't have a clue how this planet works.

    • dago

      dago

      2 ngày trước

      HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHA What is a carbon footprint?

    • Yul Smith

      Yul Smith

      2 ngày trước

      I don't cause destruction to this planet what nonsense are you talking about.

  49. TheInternet Sucks

    TheInternet Sucks

    3 ngày trước

    Yeah yeah but I'm allergic to eggs and fish so I'm pretty much a vegetarian whether I want to be or not. A doctor can't cure allergies.

  50. Oms A

    Oms A

    3 ngày trước

    moral of the story....eat meat

  51. Honest Lee

    Honest Lee

    3 ngày trước

    It's "pasteurised"!!

    • Aknight292

      Aknight292

      2 ngày trước

      @Honest Lee see there you are being a dick again. Chill dude.

    • Honest Lee

      Honest Lee

      2 ngày trước

      @Aknight292 go and mass debate

    • Aknight292

      Aknight292

      2 ngày trước

      @Honest Lee you know I was being respectful in spite of your ignorance, but you're just simply an asshole. You correct my spelling, even though it is not incorrect, you refuse to back up your standing and try to mock me while doing nothing constructive, all because of ONE LETTER. You're just an asshole. Peace.

    • Honest Lee

      Honest Lee

      2 ngày trước

      @Aknight292 I could pick holes in that, lots of them.. But I th ink the biggest hole here is you... Yawn...

    • Aknight292

      Aknight292

      2 ngày trước

      @Honest Lee on top of that, it's a difference of literally ONE letter. Why make a debate out of it?

  52. Jodye Rebel

    Jodye Rebel

    3 ngày trước

    1. Young Pharoah’s VNchannel has all the knowledge on life . 2. Knowledge & awareness of self is the most essential to living. (There’s some things no other human can necessarily teach you) experiment on yourself, period !!!

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      2 ngày trước

      @Jodye Rebel what a load of shit 😹

    • Jodye Rebel

      Jodye Rebel

      2 ngày trước

      eeeaten spiritsciencecentral.com might do it for you.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      3 ngày trước

      @Jodye Rebel i watched a little. seems like vacant pretentious nonsense.

    • Jodye Rebel

      Jodye Rebel

      3 ngày trước

      That’s just my quick opinion .

  53. GEM

    GEM

    4 ngày trước

    Your arguments to fight the other arguments are weak. No way should we be drinking cows milk. It’s meant for cows. I don’t see why that’s a bad argument

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      3 ngày trước

      No way should we be using iphones. our ancestors didn't and no other animal does. I don’t see why that’s a bad argument

    • Grubby bum

      Grubby bum

      3 ngày trước

      Who is "we"? If you're from a North European background, then yes, "we" actually did evolve to tolerate lactose thanks to an ancestor 10k years ago who changed our genes. Do some reading first, buddy.

  54. Brian Foster

    Brian Foster

    4 ngày trước

    Meat and dairy are great for causing cancer, obesity, heart disease, and diabetes as well as horrible cruelty to animals.

    • Brian Foster

      Brian Foster

      2 ngày trước

      @Grubby bum According to the World Health Organization, meat and dairy are a carcinogen.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      3 ngày trước

      @Grubby bum you mean the soy farms we use to feed livestock devastate the environment? because that's where most of the soy crops go.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      3 ngày trước

      only they don't cause cancer, obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. only specific aspects/types/amounts do. the same applies to cruelty.

    • Grubby bum

      Grubby bum

      3 ngày trước

      They're for growing strong, healthy and happy. Soy farms devastate the environment.

  55. Brian Foster

    Brian Foster

    4 ngày trước

    Joe Rogan needs to go vegan to lose that belly fat.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      3 ngày trước

      so much belly fat fastlifehacks.com/joe-rogan-supplements/

  56. Cloid Hammers

    Cloid Hammers

    4 ngày trước

    I'm not a troll, at least I don't think so... But this is totally contrary for me, and the research that I've done. I've been a vegan for 10 years. I jack off 3 times a week (haha). No real hormone loss for me, and I assume consume a lot of vegan type saturated fats. When I see a hot girl I turn my head (not away but towards), I have pretty much the same fantasies as if I were Thirty. And am pretty old. I'm stronger than I was when I was a meat eater and I have better endurance levels. Believe me I ate a ton of meat because I was addicted to sports of any kind, And I thought I had to eat meat for protein as vegan diet was somehow lacking. That again is just another misnomer. When I was a meat eater I was never addicted to sugars or junk food. I always ate a clean diet. I don't know about anybody else. But I'm sure there's people like me that feel the same way. I got into it (vegan) not because of health reasons, but because I got sick and tired seeing killed animals for food, and participate and their suffering. They are sentient beings, and they should be respected, and able to live out their lives as we do whatever the consequences... accidents eaten by other animals, whatever ( for humans it's engineered war, and psychic manipulation and economic sanctity, such as the dairy and meat industry). Humans are supposed to be smarter. Such as a Silverback ape which is diet consist of 97% vegetarian protein and 3% bugs that are attached to the leaf's, attached to the plant that they eat ( smart hominin... which Apes do walk on two legs). One thing I've noticed being a vegan is lack of compassion within the human race. We are the number one killer the Apex motherfucker, and that is sad. Cuz we can't reach a higher plane of existence or think out of the box, by continuing this predatorial conscious modality. Warrior consciousness it's a really strange concept. One thing I've noticed is I have greater muscle mass but I'm thinner. I have such an abundance of energy that's sometimes I have to take like a Chinese herb such as ashwagandha or Chinese Skullcap for a calm down. I guess it's all personal biology. But I function much better as a vegan than I do as a meat eater. My cognitive ability has skyrocketed to where I was when I was a meat eater. The best to you' all, the dietary Champions on either side! But for me meat sucks, and plants are golden. And I'm not sitting here to hipe somebody to be a vegan. I don't give a shit, about such political persuasiveness, if you are not. The Silverback Ape is the strongest animal/ mammal, pound for pound on Earth. He doesn't drink cow's milk and doesn't eat hamburgers. As a vegan, I eat a ton of fat. Coconut avocados nuts...huge amounts of fat. I have four five Bowl servings of broccoli, nuts avocados leafy greens, beans and rice, dirty soily organic grown plants, that have soil on them which contain fulvic acid. All this adds up to about 180 g of protein a day. I also ingest algae such as e3live and Corella, vitamins, fermented vegetables (B12) some anti-aging supplements such as nicotineamide riboside,, NRF2 molecule that's in Protandim, PQQ, and started on Metformin. Plus I take vegan protein powders. My diet is awesome. I stay away from copper and iron, as it will cause symptoms of Alzheimer's earlier. And take huge amounts of vitamin C to offset the type of copper that is in vitamin supplements, and animal flesh. The type of copper in vitamin supplements, in an animal flesh is bad ( Factory Meat Farms, slaughterhouses, use this type of bad copper in their synthetic vitamin animal feed). I forgot it's name, term, it's bio marker, but it's devastating. If it's Blue Copper do not eat it if it's red or golden it's okay. Vegan CLA is good too. It's hard not to step on the toes of Life on this planet and hurt something, because we've been conditioned to basically kill unrespectfully. Plants may have a Consciousness too, but I got to eat. But I would rather eat from the Vine or tree then to destroy the root. The hardest thing in life is to live it with benevolence. that's why research is great if it doesn't harm. the world was designed to beat the shit out of everything. animals eat animals, and they'll beat you up or kill you for no reason ( even if they're a vegan). just because it's a predacious predatorial world. But they also love. Weird consciousness. If we raise the bar maybe and everything else will come up to it. Stranger Than Fiction. Guess I'll go cry now. ahah.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      3 ngày trước

      it sounds like you're agreeing with the content of the video. you put a lot into eating carefully and supplementing. you don't mention b12 but do mention e3live (no real b12) and corella [sic] that has inconsistent b12 - check the label. they say in the video that the kind of effort you're putting in is what is required for complete nutrition and good health on a vegan diet. it's great you don't eat animals for moral reasons (they support this in the video), but if you're excluding animal products just for health? it's just not worth it.

    • Grubby bum

      Grubby bum

      3 ngày trước

      Too long. Only read the first sentence. But you realise most people jack off every day, right? So your hormones are 3/7ths less than a meat eater.

  57. Nicholas Fernandez

    Nicholas Fernandez

    4 ngày trước

    You actually can live just fine on a vegan diet. You just cannot eat junk food all day and be okay. As long as the human body consumes proper amounts of fats, oils, proteins, carbs, vitamins, and minerals, you should be good. Probably healthier then elk

  58. shelley kane

    shelley kane

    4 ngày trước

    The guy interviewing literally ended up following a plant based diet to improve his health cause his meat based diet near killed him sooooo....

    • shelley kane

      shelley kane

      Ngày trước

      Just realised I got mixed up 🙄 but besides the point, a video showing that a vegan diet is good for health 👌🏻

    • shelley kane

      shelley kane

      Ngày trước

      eeeaten vnchannel.net/vision/video-0FO_Hr1JaKA.html here’s a link to the video

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      Ngày trước

      shelley kane rogan had a heart attack? Are you just making this up?

    • B12 blaze it vegan

      B12 blaze it vegan

      Ngày trước

      😘

    • shelley kane

      shelley kane

      2 ngày trước

      a cat veganism is a lifestyle. It’s the abstinence of any animal products, so like leather etc. Plant based is the diet: no animal products so eggs dairy and meat.

  59. ROSE Kaneshiro

    ROSE Kaneshiro

    4 ngày trước

    this video is cringe-worthy on how uneducated they both are on a vegan diet not to mention none of them have been vegan for a long time enough to be able to properly assess changes.

    • Ger -

      Ger -

      Ngày trước

      The truth hurts I see 🤣

  60. Brighty McBrightface

    Brighty McBrightface

    4 ngày trước

    the "scrutiny" of vegan diets needs to be logical, not comical -- I wonder if these self-appointed experts are just out of date or not widely read to know better? e.g. The problem with cow milk is animal protein (which causes inflammation and chronic disease in humans) and milk is a calorie-dense food that bulks up a livestock animal from birth to slaughter ... the only reason westerners continue to guzzle gallons of cow milk and orange juice every day is the industries that market those products ... and the government subsidies that keep them in profit ... like corn syrup, sugar and salt ... animal protein just isn't something humans can eat without harming their bodies ... we are omnivores and we can eat most food as a compromise, but not as a staple. Someone with poor health on a vegan diet isn't eating well, it's not that they're not eating dead animals Visit nutritionfacts.org (free, non-profit, not spam) to read scientific research reports on nutrition and medicine. (they compile the scientific research reports and statistics on various food and medicine in the context of nutrition, health, and longevity) This guest has a way of making hyperbolic, hysterical assertions then watering down what he said with "except..." disclaimers ... e.g. there are "NO SOURCES" of omega in plants ... oh ... except in some plants, nuts, and algaes ... which produce abundant EPA and DHA ... or a pill supplement ... K is NOT available ... other than in kefir ... and selenium is in the same supplement and one cap is enough (500mg) spirolina, nutritional yeast is not a "phoney" B12 ... what? ... If he's aware of healthy competitive athletes as vegans, why continue arguing that a non-animal diet is positively dangerous and ill-advised?

  61. Sebastian Archer

    Sebastian Archer

    4 ngày trước

    Joe "plants feel pain" rogan

  62. Monica VK

    Monica VK

    4 ngày trước

    Wrong.

  63. friendandpoet

    friendandpoet

    4 ngày trước

    consequences of a vegan diet: having to listen to the senseless bullshit spewing out of nonvegans within close proximity.

  64. Engine9

    Engine9

    5 ngày trước

    Sounds like an expert in carnivore diet but not so much in the vegan. He explained the beginnings of Neanderthal diet but not all mankind came from that diet. 🤔

  65. deemoots

    deemoots

    5 ngày trước

    just supplement if you are vegan

    • wvwvwvwv

      wvwvwvwv

      Ngày trước

      You piss most of it out though

  66. punchdrunk critic

    punchdrunk critic

    5 ngày trước

    My answer to organ meat which is very difficult to find at any local convenient store is buy venison meat.

  67. Vegan Warlord

    Vegan Warlord

    5 ngày trước

    Ok where did you find the definition of omnivore? Seriously and you put there some insane properties for omnivores like it will look for the "most nutrient food". That s totaly mistaken. You are thinking like reversing the definition by thinking I am an omnivore so omnivores will look for" higly dense food" In nature an omnivore goes hunting for 2 reasons only. a)There is no available food around b)hunting is easy. Take a bear for example. It rarely goes hunting. Ofc it will go when fish swim against the current. Animals are not mazochist they above all like to preserve energy. Now about man. I see quite often that man was always a hunter and blablabla....This is totaly mistaken. Up till ww2 fish meat and dairy was very expensive so it was available only for the upper class. The vast majority was rarely eating those which makes it more likely to have evolved eating grains than meat. Yeah there are pictures of hunting and feasting, But that s only because it was done rarely on special occations so it was highly celebrated. About evolved on eating meat...again wrong!!! Imagine you are with nothing but your skin stranded in a jungle. How will you survive? It may take days before you are able to make tools to hunt or fish. You will eat the coconuts from the ground ofcourse or climb some tree. So it s very logical to assume that first the capability of making and using tools was established and then the meat consumption. Hunting and fishing is difficult even with the current means. imagine how many times more difficult it wouyld have been for man 40000years ago. Come back to your senses. And the definition for omnivore is the mere ability to eat and digest plant and animal matter. We can digest cooked animal matter but we become sick or dead by eating it raw. No real omnivore gets sick consuming raw meat. In fact omnivores are also scavengers meaning they can eat and diggest not only raw but rotten meat. And yes omnivores will eat and enjoy ALL the parts of the animals. especialy organs intestines brains ea

    • Vegan Warlord

      Vegan Warlord

      3 ngày trước

      @eeeaten ​ eeeaten Maybe it s time to open your eyes here NZ free range livestock is supplemented just like everywhere else. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3539419/ i live in greece and know the diet first hand

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      3 ngày trước

      Vegan Warlord no I don’t feed flaxseed to my chickens. Because I don’t need to be careful about o3, and because eggs already have some o3. So I don’t need to eat tablespoons of flax seed. ?? I’m in New Zealand. I’ve been to the Mediterranean a couple times. Loved the food.

    • Vegan Warlord

      Vegan Warlord

      3 ngày trước

      @eeeaten but do you feed flax seed to your chickens? what will happen if you feed yourself flaxseed? you know?Maybe you ll create yourown epa and dha??? I m sure you can do better than those chickens!!! which country is it? Europe and NA are depleted of cobalt which is needed for b12...Nah the medditerenean myth goes all the way back to ww2 when they checked crete and found out increased lifespan. The people after the occupation had little meat and fish mostly plants. This arguments goes for me.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      3 ngày trước

      @Vegan Warlord ha ha of course ordinary eggs have o3 - the special o3 eggs just have 3x as much. do you know how o3 eggs are 'made'? they feed the chickens flax-seed. oh how artificial! mad cow disease has got nothing to do with b12. there's no evidence you can get it from eating cow meat (maybe from eating brains), and there's no mad cow disease in my country. maybe you have mad cow disease? i think the mediterranean diet is healthy because science. because fish is healthy, fruit is healthy, nuts and veges are healthy.

    • Vegan Warlord

      Vegan Warlord

      3 ngày trước

      @eeeaten no omega 3s in your home eggs sorry. you are delusional. Omega 3 eggs are totaly artificialy enhanced. Free ranged cattle are injected with B12 even if they don t need it. It s the law in advanced countries. And a very reasonable law. They get madcow if they get deficient. Madcow is deadly to man

  68. D MAN

    D MAN

    5 ngày trước

    Joe is spot on. I tried a vegetarian diet for a few months and my sex drive became virtually non-existent. I think this has to do with foods high in lignans and other phytoestrogenic foods.

    • D MAN

      D MAN

      2 ngày trước

      @dago I didnt write my comment to then have to answer to a bunch of soyboys..I stated my experiences and if you dont like it you can kiss my ass.

    • dago

      dago

      2 ngày trước

      @D MAN You're avoiding, answer with facts or off yourself.

    • D MAN

      D MAN

      3 ngày trước

      @ROFLmangoasSOI Guys who try to classify other men as alpha/beta are the biggest pussies. No alpha males spend their time thinking about being alpha/beta or classifying other men for that matter. Only pussies with usernames like yours do.

    • ROFLmangoasSOI

      ROFLmangoasSOI

      3 ngày trước

      Ur probably just a beta male

    • Shiny Pikachu

      Shiny Pikachu

      4 ngày trước

      In what way? Sorry, you never specified. You just made an assertion.

  69. Michael Budinger

    Michael Budinger

    5 ngày trước

    Going to need proof that cooking increases nutrient biovailability in meats

  70. Nanifa

    Nanifa

    6 ngày trước

    You are free to "dislike" this video, because it doesn't make you happy. But that does not change whether the vegan diet is supreme or half-baked. Stop reading/watching things that literally baby your ideas and beliefs if you wanna argue something.

  71. kurt kitchel

    kurt kitchel

    6 ngày trước

    Looks like this dude could use a steak.

  72. Paddy laddie

    Paddy laddie

    6 ngày trước

    Humans aren't the only species that drink another animals milk. Dogs and cats drink milk, and foxes suckle on cows teets. Drink milk straight from the cow.

  73. Hello

    Hello

    6 ngày trước

    If you don't want to eat an animal it is most likey going to be eaten anyway by another animal or a different human.

  74. Paul Schoenmann

    Paul Schoenmann

    6 ngày trước

    Look at the Like Dislike Ratio. This guest is no expert, nor does he appear to be objective and educated on the subject of society and nutrition.

    • miksjunior

      miksjunior

      5 ngày trước

      And yet he makes more sense...

  75. John Frankovich

    John Frankovich

    6 ngày trước

    Vegan Gains needs to go on this show.

    • a cat

      a cat

      2 ngày trước

      Vegain Gains is losing subscribers at an alarming rate, I don't think he'd do the show any favors.

    • dago

      dago

      2 ngày trước

      @Teutathis I am stronger than you will ever be.

    • Chris

      Chris

      4 ngày trước

      @Teutathis Sv3rige is the one that got destroyed what you on about? on top of that Sv3rige has stabbed 3 people in his school and he's pro rape (admited to raping a 16 year old back in the day) and he says it's perfectly natural to be a pedophile, he believes the earth is flat and in sun gazing let alone the rest of the wacky shit he believes and says, I can see a cult member from a mile away.

    • Teutathis

      Teutathis

      6 ngày trước

      Sv3rige destroyed Vegan Gains and veganism is a straight way to malnutrition.

  76. david smith

    david smith

    6 ngày trước

    It just makes you look sick skinny and concentration camp escaped lookin

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      6 ngày trước

      americans have become accustomed to obesity as the norm. they see a guy with a healthy bmi and think he's emaciated.

  77. E T

    E T

    6 ngày trước

    They call out vegans on the it’s not natural fallacy and the this Kresser clown does the exact same thing with his opening point. “There has never been a traditional group that has ever followed a vegetarian or vegan diet, that I know of.” Gtfo, to copy his exact logic earlier, no traditional group had iPhones either so does that mean we shouldn’t use iPhones now either?

    • E T

      E T

      5 ngày trước

      eeeaten I guess it’s fair to interpret it that way. Good point. I took it as him referring to early ancestors who are usually looked to as eating the most natural diet in human evolution.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      5 ngày trước

      @E T his statement about the traditional groups was about long-term success, not about whether the diet is natural or not.

    • E T

      E T

      5 ngày trước

      Goddamit person, that’s literally what the appeal to nature fallacy is.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      6 ngày trước

      you must have watched a different video. he doesn't "call out vegans on the it’s not natural fallacy" - except for the point made by morons that drinking cow's milk can't be right because no other animals do it.

  78. Nancy Thomson

    Nancy Thomson

    6 ngày trước

    How many people worry about their magnesium or potassium intake which over 50% of all Americans are deficient in. Vitamin a....?

  79. Nancy Thomson

    Nancy Thomson

    6 ngày trước

    Our bodies naturally produce B12 already

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      6 ngày trước

      @Nancy Thomson i think that's what he's asking you to do - please do. tell us about this natural production of b12.

    • Nancy Thomson

      Nancy Thomson

      6 ngày trước

      @James Ross haha back it up with science as well

    • James Ross

      James Ross

      6 ngày trước

      And Santa Claus is real.

  80. Brent Ross

    Brent Ross

    6 ngày trước

    Link to sources required. You have until next week or else you grades will be negatively affected

    • aidan elliott

      aidan elliott

      5 ngày trước

      Brent Ross Honestly their appeal to authority is pathetic.

  81. hammy hamster

    hammy hamster

    6 ngày trước

    listening to this on my way to chick fil a

    • hawaiisunfun

      hawaiisunfun

      5 ngày trước

      Baby steps

    • Klarissa Ortiz

      Klarissa Ortiz

      6 ngày trước

      hammy hamster I thought I was the only one💀

  82. ian johnson

    ian johnson

    6 ngày trước

    We use too eat shit raw then we learned to cook and the food was better and over time are body's adapted to

  83. Popinmo

    Popinmo

    6 ngày trước

    Why are so many vegans single ? Is there actually a problem with what they eat?

    • Popinmo

      Popinmo

      3 ngày trước

      @BRUGAR it's kinda important to me because i like my life friends old 19 year old vegan sister im 15

    • BRUGAR

      BRUGAR

      3 ngày trước

      Vegan females still want meat, and vegan males don't have meat. BaDum...Tss

  84. Shabba Ranks

    Shabba Ranks

    6 ngày trước

    Wrong. Okinawans and 7th Day Adventists eat a primarily vegan diet and are healthier. And cooked starches and tubers led to evolution, not meat consumption.

    • Shabba Ranks

      Shabba Ranks

      6 ngày trước

      @eeeaten I can do both lol

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      6 ngày trước

      @Shabba Ranks you'll refute me with childish insults and name-calling? 😹😹😹

    • Shabba Ranks

      Shabba Ranks

      6 ngày trước

      @eeeaten did you know greek islanders (blue zoners) smoke cigarettes and drink wine? huh...i guess it must be tobacco and alcohol thats making them live longer....your reasoning is fucking stupid kid and most of what you said could be easily refuted lol. ive seen your exact arguments made dozens of times and dozens of times ive completely dismantled them. you meat-cucks are very boring, you repeat the same old myths and refuted bullshit over and over again like parrots.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      6 ngày trước

      as below "primarily" vegan diet is not a vegan diet. practically everyone in the "blue zones" include at least some meat/fish/eggs/dairy. even just the inclusion of eggs would make a difference to overall health. have you looked at the traditional okinawan diet? what parts of a pig would they eat? all of it? _cooking_ led to evolution, as early humans were able to extract more nutrients from a range of foods, _especially_ tubers and animal meat. why the hell would our ancestors not have cooked and eaten meat with their tubers? that's mental. what difference does it make anyway? our ancestors food choices don't control our food choices.

  85. Maryj

    Maryj

    7 ngày trước

    Upon becoming a vegan I didn’t get sick not once in 2 years; my memory and cognition improved significantly so much so it was as though I was on the cusp of photo memory .. I started a new job and remembered every face and name of the 42 people’s I was introduced to once; I had a lot of energy and slept well. Then I got kidney stones not once but twice and had two surgeries to remove the stones - they were huge - I had 22 stones in one kidney and 24 were counted in my right kidney.. As I was coming down off being a vegan...I gained 60 pounds...also going through change of life hormone change, new job work stresses. Now I’ve lost those 60 pounds, gained back 40 and am 26 days into carnivore and have lost more in inches than in weight...although down 8 pounds...I believe I’m gaining muscle and my body is repairing muscle like the two hernias from having babies; and my hot flashes are finally going away after 18 years; skin is clearing up, dry skin (and I live in Orlando, FL) is going away and my skin feels softer. I’m not Paleo...I have an autoimmune disease..I started with Keto - fasted- keto - carnivore over a period of 6 months. In the past 8 years after Vegan...no kidney stones...I do coffee enemas as part of the Gerson Therapy protocol due to kidney damage from last stone surgery..I am stone free though! Wow...why I am writing my life story in Comments for every body to read. 🤷🏼‍♀️

    • Aiden Tucker

      Aiden Tucker

      6 ngày trước

      Good job. So many people are stuck in the system. Carnivore diet is the most optimal human diet.

  86. George Urban

    George Urban

    7 ngày trước

    This is BS. Been vegan nearly 15 years never felt better.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      Ngày trước

      Shabba Ranks none of this seems to disagree with anything I’ve said XD Maybe you can be specific?

    • a cat

      a cat

      2 ngày trước

      You must have been eating very poorly before you went vegan, then.

    • Shabba Ranks

      Shabba Ranks

      6 ngày trước

      @eeeaten Dr. Kim Williams - the President of American College of Cardiology said, "There are two types of cardiologists: vegans and those who haven't read the data." Meat increases all-cause mortality: Nurses health study cohort www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27479196 AARP cohort www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19307518 American Heart Association Presidential advisory circ.ahajournals.org/content/early/2017/06/15/CIR.0000000000000510 AO Cohort www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2057469?access_num=2057469&link_type=MED&dopt=Abstract Meat raises cholesterol (heart disease risk) www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9006469 Meat increases heme iron stores (cancer risk) www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24243555 Meat and nitrate (cancer risk); AARP cohort www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28487287 Meat consumption associated with obesity www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19308071 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19559132 Meat raises igf-1 levels (cancer risk) www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2743036/pdf/ukmss-27731.pdf www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12433724 Meat contains mutagens/carcinogens (cancer risk) www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15199546 Meat (SFA) induce inflammatory markers towards metabolic syndrome www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11278967/ www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19056664/ Vegan Studies: Many credible physicians recommend Whole-food plant-based diets (WFPB). www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3662288/ All the major dietetics and health organizations in the world agree that vegan and vegetarian diets can be healthy www.reddit.com/r/vegan/wiki/dieteticorgs Physicians nutrition Update: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3662288/ College of family physicians of Canada: www.cfp.ca/content/63/10/744?etoc Whole-food plant-based diets are the only diets shown to reverse heart disease: Dr. Richard Fleming showing progression with low-carb diet and reversal with WFPB www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1110832 Dr. Dean Ornish reversing heart disease with a WFPB diet www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9863851 Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr reversing heart disease with a WFPB diet www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25198208 Vegans have the highest life expectancy ever recorded www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11434797 Cancer: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23169929 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22121108 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11743810 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4135519/ www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18789600 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22342103 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15955547 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19279082 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18980957 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3081176 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22867847 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21422422 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12588089 Diabetes: abcnews.go.com/Health/Diabetes/wireStory?id=2244647 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19386029/ www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24523914 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19351712 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18481955 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23509418 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16596361 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15983191 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23509418 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24149445 Heart Disease: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17518696 circ.ahajournals.org/content/108/22/2757.full.pdf www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7019459 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1312295/ www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15172426 Osteoporosis: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25352269 American Dietetics Association Position on veganism: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19562864 Longest Living Population: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11434797 Low Carbohydrate Diets and mortality: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20820038 Plant foods have a complete Amino Acid profile: circ.ahajournals.org/content/105/25/e197.full Benefits of a vegan diet: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4691673/ www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3967195/ www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4073139/ www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4245565/ www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4583329/ www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4844163/ www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2677007/ --Chicken-- A vast array of studies from top universities and independent researchers has found that eating chickens, cows, and other animals promotes cancer in many forms. Large studies in England and Germany showed that vegetarians were about 40 percent less likely to develop cancer compared to meat-eaters, the most common forms being breast, prostate, and colon cancers. Decades of scientific study have linked dietary cholesterol to cardiovascular disease - Americas number-one cause of death, killing nearly 2,200 people daily. Saturated fat is present in all meat and fish, even chicken and turkey cooked without the skin. Eating meat also puts you at a greater risk for food poisoning because animal products are often tainted with fecal contamination during slaughter or processing. Fecal contamination in chicken, especially, is a major problem. According to a Consumer Reports study, 97 percent of raw chicken in U.S. supermarkets is contaminated with bacteria that could make customers sick. So if you eliminate animal products from your diet, you'll also be eliminating your exposure to the most common carrier of these bacteria. A serving of chicken contains just as much cholesterol as red meat. And eggs contain three times that. Cholesterol is linked to clogged arteries and heart disease. Grilled chicken-a popular alternative to fried-commonly contains PhIP (2-Amino-1-methyl-6-phenylimidazo[4,5-b]pyridine), which may contribute to the development of certain types of cancers including breast and prostate. A common industry practice involves feeding chickens arsenic in order to make them grow faster. It’s highly toxic to humans and can cause cancer, dementia, neurological problems, and other ailments. HCAs (heterocyclic amines) are found in meats cooked at high temperature, including chicken, and have been linked to an increased risk of cancer. A Consumer Reports analysis found that 83 percent of fresh, whole broiler chickens purchased across the US had high levels of campylobacter or salmonella. Campylobacter is the leading cause of food poisoning in the U.S. Detectable levels of E. coli were discovered in as much as 65 percent of broiler chickens in a USDA study. This comes from fecal contamination during processing, making organic chickens also at risk as well as the more common conventionally raised chickens. According to Consumer Reports, more than 1 million Americans become ill each year as a result of undercooked chicken. Avian flu may have dropped out of the mainstream media’s attention, but it’s still a very serious illness that is transmitted through poultry. The mutating nature of the disease means more cases of pneumonia, multiple organ failure and death are likely as a result of too many chickens living in crowded and unsanitary conditions where the disease spreads. With more than 9 billion chickens raised for food in the U.S. every year, the environmental impact is nothing short of astonishing. Highly toxic animal waste ruins land, seeps into and contaminates water, makes air un-breathable and devastates a tremendous amount of dwindling resources, all of which take a toll not just on chicken eaters, but everyone else on the planet. sources: www.grist.org/factory-farms/2011-03-03-time-to-end-insane-practice-of-lacing-chicken-feed-with-arsenic pcrm.org/search/?cid=2087 www.peta.org/living/vegetarian-living/top-10-reasons-not-to-eat-chickens.aspx abcnews.go.com/Health/consumer-reports-chicken-salmonella-campylobacter-bacteria/story?id=9210116 thefoodwatchdog.com/04/public-health/pathogens/studies-find-resistant-bacteria-in-meat/ Debate rebuttals: www.godfist.com/vegansidekick/guide.php freefromharm.org/eating-animals-addressing-our-most-common-justifications/

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      6 ngày trước

      @Shabba Ranks the delusion is strong in this one...

    • Shabba Ranks

      Shabba Ranks

      6 ngày trước

      @eeeaten You got beaten nerd, sit down.

  87. Bart DeBuono

    Bart DeBuono

    7 ngày trước

    Boom! I went vegan for 6 months and was on point with my diet. Added note, I ate fish with raw veggies prior to the change. When I went vegan I lost energy and gained fat. I now eat animal protein with raw veggies and feel a lot better (nutrient dense foods).

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      7 ngày trước

      did you know cooking your vegetables enables your body to extract more nutrients? raw XD

  88. rinse repeat

    rinse repeat

    7 ngày trước

    The Vegan Zealots have arrived

    • Shabba Ranks

      Shabba Ranks

      6 ngày trước

      the meat cucks have arrived

  89. heather huntsman

    heather huntsman

    7 ngày trước

    Bullshit

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      7 ngày trước

      @heather huntsman are you stoned?

    • heather huntsman

      heather huntsman

      7 ngày trước

      @eeeaten health means whole, in regard to global citizen, ONE planet,one mind, one PEACE, one conscience We are all one, Peace and so it is stay good kid ily xoxox WE ARE THE PLANET , what is in, is without. and so it is

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      7 ngày trước

      @heather huntsman sure, they literally say they "totally respect" veganism on moral/environmental grounds. they're talking specifically about health.

    • heather huntsman

      heather huntsman

      7 ngày trước

      @eeeaten what do you think ? A plant based diet is the way to save our Planet. Global Citizen, Peace and so it is

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      7 ngày trước

      what is

  90. Bf 109 F2

    Bf 109 F2

    7 ngày trước

    I'm gonna enjoy my Yummy meat!

  91. Farshid

    Farshid

    7 ngày trước

    Joe"Hello freak bitches"Rogan

  92. Joe Villalobos

    Joe Villalobos

    8 ngày trước

    But cats love milk, shoot i knew this cat once that would go to the cow and suck the milk out of them on her own. I've also had a goat that would drink her own milk. Animals love milk

    • fireandcopper

      fireandcopper

      8 ngày trước

      Cats might like milk, but they can't process the latose n shit after like kitten stage

  93. jainubeezy1

    jainubeezy1

    8 ngày trước

    Wrong. Okinawans and 7th Day Adventists eat a primarily vegan diet and are healthier. And cooked starches and tubers led to evolution, not meat consumption.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      6 ngày trước

      @Shabba Ranks if you don't have high cholesterol from other dietary sources (eg if you eat blue zone diet), eggs are perfectly safe to eat. www.healthline.com/nutrition/how-many-eggs-should-you-eat and most people in the blue zones eat them. they also eat fish. and so what? the whole point is that if you eat vegan, you need to make sure you're getting enough b12/o3/iron/vitd etc that you get plenty of by including meat/fish/eggs/dairy in your diet.

    • Shabba Ranks

      Shabba Ranks

      6 ngày trước

      @eeeaten eggs are loaded with choline, saturated fat and cholesterol...so no, they are not healthy.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      6 ngày trước

      ​@Shabba Ranks doesn't make sense. eggs have plenty of healthy stuff in them that can be part of a healthy diet - especially if you don't eat any other animal products. they have vitamin d, o3, iron and b12 - all stuff vegans need to manage their intake of otherwise. just facts.

    • Shabba Ranks

      Shabba Ranks

      6 ngày trước

      @eeeaten they eat like 1 egg a day....and eggs are shit for your health.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      7 ngày trước

      "primarily" vegan diet is not a vegan diet. practically everyone in the "blue zones" include at least some meat/fish/eggs/dairy

  94. jainubeezy1

    jainubeezy1

    8 ngày trước

    He's f;at out wrong. A WFPB diet is healthy. I love Joe but he needs to have Dr. Gregor or Dr. Garth Davis on if he really wants to be fair and objective.

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      7 ngày trước

      they didn't say a wfpb diet isn't healthy, they said the exclusion of animal products requires supplementation of the nutrients you're missing out on.

    • jainubeezy1

      jainubeezy1

      7 ngày trước

      No, he needs to speak to an expert on the other side to have all pertinent info and science. Not just speak to anti vegans.

    • MrTheThew

      MrTheThew

      7 ngày trước

      So he needs to talk to one of the people you agree with to be objective?

  95. adiohead

    adiohead

    8 ngày trước

    The only negative to going vegan is having to deal with absolute idiots who want to harm animals.

  96. Mfonobong Josh Amana

    Mfonobong Josh Amana

    8 ngày trước

    vegetarian and vegan diets are never healthful in my view. At some point, they'll suffer, no matter how 'fit' and 'healthy' they look. Supplementation won't do a lot to counterbalance the negative effects of eating meat and animal products

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      5 ngày trước

      @Mfonobong Josh Amana 😹

    • Mfonobong Josh Amana

      Mfonobong Josh Amana

      5 ngày trước

      @eeeaten that doesn't mean I have to agree with him neither is he correct. I specifically watched the time around when he said what he said. He was not concise when saying it. His body language and pauses around the time he said it says it all

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      5 ngày trước

      Mfonobong Josh Amana XD kresser literally says (from 7:22) that it’s possible to achieve good health on a vegan diet, as evidenced by folks like rich roll. You just crashed and burned.

    • Mfonobong Josh Amana

      Mfonobong Josh Amana

      6 ngày trước

      @eeeaten 1. Diet is always fundamental no doubt but if you checked closely at my comment, you would have acknowledge that there is more to health than just what you eat. There are various non-diet habits that sends one to a healthier direction. Also pro athletes and most of them are not very healthy nor they exhibit health promoting habits. They're just excellent in what they do. I could rant about this but I'll just say this simply. 2. So what? It just means that people are individual and what you may see on the outside are just cues. It may say something but doesn't compare to what's going on the inside. 3 & 5. In regards to this, ask yourself, how are most supplements made? have you read supplement labels? have you asked how it's made? If you believe that every nutrient that is low on a blood test or any test for that matter and just supplement that nutrient, I find that practitioner and health care provider has zero application about physiology, biochemistry drlwilson.com/Articles/SUPPLEMENT%20PROGRAM%20DESIGN.htm Also, look at Analytical Research Labs, TEI, Nutrient synergisms and antagonisms. Look at Chris Masterjohn and some of his work he has done 6. It doesn't contradict #2 because I speak of the perspective of practitioners, ex-vegans and ex-vegetarians. Also, in everything, there's a centrality. You might care to read Nutritional and Physical Degeneration: a very comprehensible book about healthy tribes and anthropological evidence. The Weston A. Price Foundation gives a solid background of what traditional cultures really did. I just feed off people's perspectives and experiences I dont know what you know on this topic of health but you are misled to think one can obtain complete nutrition by being vegan or vegetarian. Just see Nutritional Physical Degeneration where the vegetarian tribes had MORE dental caries than omnivorous tribes in places he went to. Other stupid and factually incorrect books such as The China Study and What the Health, please stay away from them. They are inadequate diets at least. Just because some people are vegan and are athletes does not mean that they're healthy at all. Also I don't know whether you follow Chris Kresser (I knew his perspective since 2015) but he would not agree that people can achieve good health on vegan diet. It doesn't matter what he says or not. I would have to say the blatant truth that vegetarian and vegan diets are not adequate diets

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      6 ngày trước

      @Mfonobong Josh Amana 1. diet is fundamental. you can't have incomplete nutrition yet "do other things right" and still be an athlete. 2. so what? 3. citation needed 4. ok 5. same point as #3 6. contradicts #2. "These diets are too low" - that's like saying "omnivores are too fat" - it's meaningless and misses the point. the point made is that complete nutrition is _possible_ on a vegan diet, not that _all vegans get complete nutrition_ 7. is not a point 8. who cares. your claim was that "vegetarian and vegan diets are never healthful" - clearly wrong. kresser would agree that you are wrong.

  97. tangerine11

    tangerine11

    8 ngày trước

    I am vegan (half a year), but was pescatarian for 2 years, vegetarian for 4 years with fish 1-2 times per month. I am 21, stopped eating meat at 14, because I thought it was cool, but I went from having bowel movements 2-3x a month when I ate meat, to every day when I stopped. My family doctor had spent so much time suggesting different things to solve this problem, but he never thought it was meat. Apparently, I can't digest it. So it benefits me! Also lactose, my body hates it. Another thing is, I have low B12 and iron, I was actually anemic ages 13-15. I pay extreme attention to my iron and B12, I get blood tests often. Veganism is a diet for me, a health choice, because my body hates animal products, but I take centrum vitamins everyday and glucosamine, I don't care if they are made out of animal products. Fyi, I have IBS and endometriosis. I agree with this, veganism depends on each individual, their success on such a diet and understanding when it's not working and how to fix it.

    • tangerine11

      tangerine11

      8 ngày trước

      I would like to add, I never liked meat growing up, it always disgusted me, and my mother has many issues with digesting animal products too. It's very obvious veganism is the ideal diet for me, most likely due to genetics.

  98. GrindSMART

    GrindSMART

    9 ngày trước

    The only animal who uses iPhones??? The fuck ?

    • GrindSMART

      GrindSMART

      7 ngày trước

      I have no clue... I don’t know many animals

    • eeeaten

      eeeaten

      7 ngày trước

      which other animals use iphones? XD

  99. Christopher Jones

    Christopher Jones

    9 ngày trước

    Ass clowns!!

  100. teodora tomic

    teodora tomic

    9 ngày trước

    stealing milk from a new born calf is not the same as using iphone. u had enough when u were a baby or do u wanna suck some more? animals are not products.

    • German Snipergod

      German Snipergod

      7 ngày trước

      That was certainly not the point he was making.

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