Why people aren’t raw vegans


This was outside the entry way to the corec (fitness center) so people saw it as they walked out of the building.  Muscle building super power protein milk.  Mmm.. More protein doesn’t mean better. Check out Freelee asap but protein is made up of amino ACIDS. Like my milk post about acid taking calcium (buffer) and other minerals from bones. Excess acid leads to bone loss and kidney problems etc to try and filter it out. The government and advertising peoples voices are so loud. Sam Romano told me you should probably never eat anything that is advertised with a health claim/ advertised at all. The all natural raw vegan veggie organic goodness doesn’t have enough money behind it to talk it up. And that’s how food should be. Not bubble bubble toil and trouble with gmos and sodium abd additives to say hey this is great! Blegh. Nobody needs that much protein. Esp. Harming animal friends in the making! Stop thinking we need it!

“Failure to understand the scientific method, as well as the accepted standards of evidence and current limitations of science, leads many people to believe erroneous information about health, nutrition, and disease. Using remedies that are not supported by credible scientific evidence can damage health and delay treatment that could preserve health.

 10 Red Flags That Signal Poor Nutrition Advice

  1. Promise of a quick fix

  2. Dire warnings of dangers from a single product or regimen

  3. Claims that sound too good to be true

  4. Simplistic conclusions drawn from a complex study

  5. Recommendations based on a single study

  6. Dramatic statements that are refuted by reputable scientific organizations

  7. Lists of “good” and “bad” foods

  8. Recommendations made to help sell a product

  9. Recommendations based on studies published without peer review

  10. Recommendations from studies that ignore differences among individuals or groups”

“McGraw-Hill Connect.” McGrawHills Connect Home Comments. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 Jan. 2013.


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