here is a lil kiss of death
"A study published last year in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reviewed data from six studies that included people who ate meat less than once a week. The study also looked at new findings on the life expectancy of longtime vegetarians in the Adventist Health Study.
The authors of the Journal study found that a very low meat intake was associated with a significant decrease in death risks in four studies, and a significant decrease in the fifth study. Two studies also indicated that being on a vegetarian diet for a longer time contributed to a significantly greater decrease in mortality risk."
2. not tring to prove anything but instead an observation
3. thats true, i agree
4 yes of coarse, sliting an animal's throat and having it bleed to death is tooo humane
5. how is this an argue?
HAVE YOU FOGOTEN ANIMALS HAVE NERVES THAT FEEL PAIN?!
6 LOL kidney beans, brocoli ,spinach, brussels sprouts,almonds ,sweet potatoes ,cabbage, asperagus, and bananna all have b12
try again! *
7 VEGANS DONT HAVE PROTIEN DEFICIENCY! brocoli has 6 grams of protien per serving, spinach has more, lets not even start with legumes
when you only eat rice, its kind of hard not to die of some deficiency
FACT: IN CAMBODIA THE WORD TO EAT LITERATLY MEANS TO EAT RICE
chicken is only a little behind beef, check it out before you actually argue
no, it is not the quantity we get but if we can absorb it, deficiency in vitimin D or chemicals in prosessed foods can affect the quantity.
thank soda for ostroporosis
by animals I ment to exclude homo sapiens, im sory you couldn't derive that conclusion on your own.