WARNING: THIS POST CONTAINS PROFANITIES FROM TWITTER!
Ruining your health for the illusion of saving the planet
One of the big climate fads nowadays is veganism, because it’s a diet that supposedly leaves the least impact on the climate and spares the lives of animals.
Vegans refrain from animal based products and nourish themselves solely through plant-based foods. The challenge with the vegan diet, however, is to get the adequate amount of essential nutrients that are otherwise easily obtained through the consumption of meat, e.g. Vitamin B12.
Felt depressed and dying
According to Kristel, during these four years, she felt like she was dying, depressed, had all sorts of stomach issues, was never happy about her appearance, stopped getting her period and she found herself purging because she felt unclean.
One day she decided to end the self-inflicted torture and had an egg and butter and decided to return to the a diet that includes meat, eggs, butter, etc.
And after 3 weeks: boy, what a difference!
LEFT: Vegan for almost 4 years, high in fruits and veggies (picture taken 2 months ago). RIGHT: 3 weeks into eating mainly high quality animal foods (picture taken yesterday). Skin improving, less puffy face. But the best of all, I don't feel like dying anymore. pic.twitter.com/ds6LOjM2QB
— Kristel (@KasumiKriss) August 26, 2018
Earlier on August 6th, just after she had stopped the vegan diet, she tweeted:
I feel like crying tears of joy each morning. Last months getting up out of bed were so hard. I woke up dizzy and achey. Now I feel so well. I am also instantly so positive about my body image. Insane!!!
— Kristel (@KasumiKriss) August 6, 2018
Today she feels whole, happy and energetic. Her negative feelings about herself ” instantly went away” when she started eating meat again. Here’s one of her recent meals.
Vegans are not peaceful and tolerant
For a number of vegans, the exclusively plant-based nutrition method is like a cult religion. If you renounce it, the other vegan cultists will view it as a grave act of apostasy that even warrants the death penalty.
What follows one reaction she got from a former fellow, animal-cuddling, peace-loving tolerance preaching vegan (and I thought my hate mail for being a climate skeptic was bad):
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— Kristel (@KasumiKriss) August 27, 2018
There you have it – the assertion of consensus and authority: “…the diet that is proven humans are meant to eat, all the science is in…”
Along with the eruptions of sheer hatred.
Study found vegetarians more mentally disturbed
It’s the same with manmade climate change and its skeptics. The environmental movement is in reality one that includes hate and intolerance as one of its pillars. If you disagree, that’s the sort of reaction you get all too often.