Fake burger, real trans fats

Big Food has a lot to answer for.

DECODING LABELS: Beyond Meat Chicken

Higher consumption of unsaturated fats linked with lower mortality

Mmmmmm, bleeding vegetable oils.

Trans fats—on their way to being largely phased out of food—had the most significant adverse impact on health. Every 2% higher intake of trans fat was associated with a 16% higher chance of premature death during the study period.

That’s a big deal.

Eightfold.

And cumulative.

Higher consumption of saturated fats was also linked with greater mortality risk. When compared with the same number of calories from carbohydrate, every 5% increase in saturated fat intake was associated with an 8% higher risk of overall mortality.

That’s practically insignificant proportionally, especially since the method painstakingly avoid citing animal source or non-animal sourced fats. Too vague.

Conversely, intake of high amounts of unsaturated fats—both polyunsaturated and monounsaturated—was associated with between 11% and 19% lower overall mortality compared with the same number of calories from carbohydrates.

You cannot compare to sick Americans as your control population. No.

Bad scientism.

They don’t want people learning how to be really healthy. It would show up on their data more. You need half a century of plant propaganda to convince people our declining health is good for us.

Among the polyunsaturated fats, both omega-6, found in most plant oils, and omega-3 fatty acids, found in fish and soy and canola oils, were associated with lower risk of premature death.

The Western diet is toxic purely because there’s too much omega 6, a deadly excess.

The lifespan of India also suggests avoiding animal products is…. ill-advised.

People who replaced saturated fats with carbohydrates had only slightly lower mortality risk.

eat your GMO grains, you’ll live longer

sounds legit

“Our study shows the importance of eliminating trans fat and replacing saturated fat with unsaturated fats, including both omega-6 and omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids. In practice, this can be achieved by replacing animal fats with a variety of liquid vegetable oils,” said senior author Frank Hu, professor of nutrition and epidemiology at Harvard Chan School and professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School.

An Asian at Chan school.

Looking as Asia’s meat consumption, you are lying.

Chinese meat imports to expand in 2019: https://apps.fas.usda.gov/psdonline/circulars/livestock_poultry.pdf

Despite global promises to reduce over the past few years.

Maybe I’ll do a whole post.

The only confirmed finding is lab grown shit is toxic.

This Is Your Brain On Trans Fats, Artificial Sweeteners And Alcohol

Trans Fats

As of June 18 of this year, trans fats have been officially banned from all manufactured foods.

Nope.

Research in the 1990s found a strong link between trans fats, also known as “partially hydrogenated oil,” and heart disease.

You are what you eat.

In addition, more and more studies are finding that trans fats cause cellular destruction in the brain and can adversely impact hormone production, memory and increase inflammation by suppressing the production of Omega-3 fatty acids.

Actively suppresses omega 3.

Now, our brains do need fat to function. In fact, the brain relies on natural, healthy fats to maintain cell membranes, keep brain inflammation at bay and transport fat soluble vitamins such as vitamin A, D, E and K. Focus on getting your daily doses of fat from olive oil, coconut oil, nuts, seeds and avocado.

A study of almost 3000 people in 2017 reported a link between artificial sugar consumption and an increased risk of stroke and dementia. In the study, those participants that reported having just one diet beverage a day were three times more likely to develop dementia or suffer from a stroke. Although more research is needed, the findings are alarming.

Aspartame, one of the most commonly used artificial sweeteners in foods and beverages, has also been shown to cause neurodegeneration, mood imbalances and potentially cause brain cells to kill themselves. Instead of artificial sweeteners, use small amounts of natural sugar, such as raw honey, pure maple syrup or dates.

Yeah it also tastes like death.

A literal neurotoxin.

A study of 550 men and women over 30 years published in The BMJ found that even moderate drinking, which they defined as about 6-9 drinks a week, can damage the brain, including hippocampal atrophy.

Anyone that has had a few drinks knows that alcohol can impair judgement, balance, speech and even memory. Many studies have shown that long term heavy drinking can create serious and persistent changes in brain function that include mental confusion, eye nerve paralysis and difficulty with muscle coordination.

Drunkenness is just a form of brain damage that becomes more persistent with chronic alcoholism.

Until they never ‘sober up’ – clear the toxin, ever again.

Let the brain shrinkage vegans eat their fake flesh.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3955571/

Trans fatty acids (TFA) are produced either by hydrogenation of unsaturated oils or by biohydrogenation in the stomach of ruminant animals. Vanaspati ghee and margarine have high contents of TFA. A number of studies have shown an association of TFA consumption and increased risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). This increased risk is because TFA increase the ratio of LDL cholesterol to HDL cholesterol. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and World Health Organization have come up with the recommendation that the contents of TFA in human dietary fat should be reduced to less than 4%. There is high prevalence of CVD in Pakistan. High consumption of vanaspati ghee which contains 14.2-34.3% of TFA could be one of the factors for this increased burden of CVD in Pakistan. Consumption of dietary fat low in TFA would be helpful in reducing the risk of CVD in South Asia. Denmark by banning the sale of food items with TFA has brought down the number of deaths due to coronary heart disease by nearly 50% over a period of 20 years. Public awareness about the adverse effects of TFA on human health would be extremely important. Media can play a very effective role in educating the masses and advocating the policy for the sale of only low TFA food items.

It merits legal banning.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3280054/

 A third pattern characterized by high trans fat was associated with less favorable cognitive function and less total cerebral brain volume.

Participants with higher plasma trans fat scores had worse cognitive function overall (memory, attention, language, processing speed, and global).

Each 1-SD increase in the trans fat score associated with a 0.30-SD decrease in global cognitive score.

You sure showed us!

They’re literally retarding themselves.

The high trans fat pattern was consistently associated with worse cognitive performance and less TCBV. Linolelaidic acid is predominantly found in bakery foods such as cookies, doughnuts, cakes, pastries, and pies.

I’d rather eat a donut than fake oozing flesh.

These foods are often prepared with hydrogenated vegetable oils to allow for a long shelf life. Higher trans fatty acid intake increases cardiovascular risk, systemic inflammation, and endothelial dysfunction, all of which may explain an association with cognition., Unfortunately, very few studies have assessed trans fat and risk for cognitive decline.

Funny that.

Big Food funding PACs?

Simple, scan vegan brains and see if they’re atrophied.

Trans fat may aggravate cognitive function independently and jointly through interaction with other dietary factors.e11 Trans fat may displace DHA in neuronal membranes, but apparently does not impact the neuropathologic Alzheimer hallmarks in mice.The consistency of the association of plasma trans fat with poorer cognitive function and more brain atrophy suggests neurologic consequences in humans, but these findings need to be confirmed.

Well?

5 Reasons Vegetable Oil is Worse Than Sugar

The European Food Safety Authority issued a report last year warning consumers about the high levels of potentially carcinogenic contaminants in palm oil (an ingredient used in Kit Kat Bars, Nutella, and Cheez-Its, among other treats) when refined at temperatures above 392°F.

AMERICA

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16841858

With caveats inherent for ecologic, nutrient disappearance analyses, a healthy dietary allowance for n-3 LCFAs for current US diets was estimated at 3.5 g/d for a 2000-kcal diet. This allowance for n-3 LCFAs can likely be reduced to one-tenth of that amount by consuming fewer n-6 fats.

JUST STOP EATING PROCESSED CRAP.

It’ll cost more in hospital bills.

Vegans stupid while pregnant again

B12 deficiency causes pre-term birth (higher risk of disease, death) and lower birth weight (yeah, like smoking).

https://academic.oup.com/aje/article/185/3/212/2918733

Really at this point it’s a controlled late abortion than a birth, isn’t it?

Globally, preterm birth and low birth weight (LBW) cause more than a third of the 2.9 million neonatal deaths each year, and prevention of these events is an important component of reducing the mortality rate among children younger than 5 years of age (1, 2). The causes of preterm birth, however, are complex, and few interventions have been successful in preventing it (3).

Really.

Eat some fucking cheese. So complex.

tfw Mother Nature hates you.

However, in a recent meta-analysis, Haider and Bhutta (10) concluded that multiple-micronutrient supplementation may reduce the risk of LBW and the number of stillbirths but not the risk of preterm birth or neonatal mortality. Thus, a more targeted micronutrient supplementation practice may be warranted.

Won’t work.

You can’t supplement stupidity.

If they’d rather the baby die than get over themselves, they don’t deserve kids.

I love the ineffectual response of “supplements won’t work, but our solution is more of them”.

Your intellectual betters, behold!

Importantly, B12 deficiency may be a proxy for inadequate nutritional status, and it is possible that some of our findings are related to nutritional status and not specifically to B12. A predominantly plant-based diet is low in B12 but also other nutrients, such as vitamin D and zinc, that to some degree may be associated with preterm birth (42–44). We did not have information on dietary intake or blood levels of these nutrients. Nutritional status could explain the present finding of an association between B12 and birth weight in low- and middle-income countries but not high-income countries. However, lower vitamin B12 levels were associated with higher risk of preterm birth irrespective of country income. It seems less likely that nutritional status can fully explain this finding.

Vegetarianism: the Third World baby death diet.

Indian women generally have lower dietary intakes of B12 because of their mainly vegetarian diet, making them susceptible to B12 deficiency (46). Additionally, Indian newborns are among the smallest in the world (45). Our findings suggest that pregnancies already at the greatest risk of resulting in small newborns were the ones that were most vulnerable to low levels of B12. The association between B12 and the risk of preterm birth was consistent across studies in both high-income and low- and middle-income countries, and generalization to countries not studied may be feasible.

Stop eating vegan junk food.

In line with our findings, maternal obesity has been associated with B12 deficiency in several populations (47, 48). It has been hypothesized that this association is due to altered fat distribution and metabolism in overweight women compared with normal-weight women (47). Maternal weight is positively correlated with newborn weight (49), and failure to adjust for maternal weight may underestimate a positive association between B12 and birth weight.

Clearly Mother Nature is fatphobic.

paper 43
Zinc supplementation for improving pregnancy and infant outcome
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25927101
44
Vitamin D supplementation for women during pregnancy
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3747784/
https://www.cochrane.org/CD008873/PREG_vitamin-d-supplementation-women-during-pregnancy

Put down the leafy greens.
“However, it appears that when vitamin D and calcium are combined, the risk of preterm birth is increased.”

Food babies

Insight into vegan menopause.
“Drinking whole fat milk and eating ice cream appears to be better for women trying to become pregnant than a diet consisting of low-fat dairy products such as skim milk and yogurt, according to new research published in Human Reproduction journal. Researchers in the United States have found a link between a low-fat dairy diet and increased risk of anovulatory infertility.”
You don’t have to tell me twice to eat ice cream, mate.
“Further, lactose (the main carbohydrate in milk and dairy products) may not affect fertility within the usual range of intake levels in humans.”
Good to know.
“Consumption of iron supplements and nonheme iron from other sources may decrease the risk of ovulatory infertility.”
Yes, my favourite iron supplement is called steak. Recommend.
Especially with three times “too much” garlic butter.
“Folic acid appeared to explain part of the association between multivitamin supplement use and risk of ovulatory infertility.”
Sorry but I don’t trust Crunchy Nut cornflakes with the fate of my future children’s health.
“Dairy consumption was not significantly correlated with PCOS. However, after adjustment for confounders, there was an direct relationship between milk consumption and risk of PCOS.”

“the results showed that the intake amounts of Ca, Mg, D vitamin, dairy, fruits and nuts and seeds were remarkably low among the women with PCOS.”

What are they living on, Oreos?

“some evidence on the decreased amount of adiponectine, calcium, D vitamin in the patients suffering from PCOS with having a higher thyroglobulin”

Vegans.

“Numerous studies have demonstrated the association between the diet and its components and risk factors developing various diseases.[] However, previous studies did not address the relationship between nutrition choices and type of diet chosen by the patients.[]”
“According to existing data, women trying to achieve pregnancy are encouraged to increase consumption of whole grains, omega-3 fatty acids, fish, and soy and to reduce consumption of trans fats and red meat. In addition, a daily multivitamin that contains folic acid before and during pregnancy may not only prevent birth defects, but also improve the chance of achieving and maintaining a pregnancy. In contrast, there is limited evidence supporting an association betweenvitamin D and human fecundity outcomes despite promising evidence from nonhuman studies.
Yeah because that’s relevant.
Questions for future research included the roles of other types of fat (especially omega-6 and monounsaturated fats) and protein (especially white meat and seafood) on female fertility; particular attention should also be paid to exposure to environmental contaminants in foods. Although much work remains, this review accrued best available evidence to provide practical dietary recommendations for women trying to conceive.”
Bolded valuable parts.
“One approach to minimize the impact of anovulation on fertility is supplementation with progesterone during recruitment, selection and final stages of development of the preovulatory follicle. It is suggested that a minimum of 2.0 ng/mL of progesterone is needed during growth of the preovulatory follicle to achieve P/AI similar to that of cows growing the preovulatory follicle during diestrus.”
But one of the Pills is that….
Does taking that Pill increase odds of pregnancy?
Big if true.
The literature on the relationship between diet and human fertility has greatly expanded over the last decade, resulting in the identification of a few clear patterns. Intake of supplemental folic acid, particularly at doses higher than those recommended for the prevention of neural tube defects, has been consistently related to lower frequency of infertility, lower risk of pregnancy loss, and greater success in infertility treatment. On the other hand and despite promising evidence from animal models, vitamin D does not appear to exert an important role in human fertility in the absence of deficiency.
But most people are deficient….
That’s like saying you can stand outside normally -except when there’s a hurricane.
And there’s currently a hurricane.
Antioxidant supplementation does not appear to offer any benefits to women undergoing infertility treatment, but it appears to be beneficial when it is the male partner who is supplemented.
Duh.
Reduce genetic load.
However, the available evidence does not allow discerning which specific antioxidants, or at which doses, are responsible for this benefit. Long-chain omega-3 fatty acids appear to improve female fertility, although it remains unclear to what extent contamination of shared food sources, such as fish with high levels of environmental toxicants, can dampen this benefit.
Comforting.
Eat this mercury (sushi fad) it’s good for your baby!
Lastly, adherence to healthy diets favoring seafood, poultry, whole grainsfruits, and vegetables are related to better fertility in women and better semen quality in men.
Could you be a little more specific?
You just named, like, most food.
They’re paid with our taxes, daylight robbery.
The cumulative evidence has also piled against popular hypotheses.
I doubt that.
Sounds like someone wants a juicy research grant.
Dairy and soy, once proposed as reproductive toxicants, have not been consistently related to poor fertility.
Because you refuse to test them separately.
If only a group ate one and not t’uther.
CONSISTENTLY.
In fact, soy and soy supplements appear to exert a beneficial effect among women undergoing infertility treatment.
Many have low estrogen, next!
Giving people with scurvy vitamin C helps! Next!
Similarly, because data from large, high-quality studies continue to accumulate, the evidence of a potentially deleterious effect of moderate alcohol and caffeine intake on the ability to become pregnant seems less solid than it once did.
But potentially, if you can’t put down the coffee or wine, Barbara, maybe you shouldn’t be having kids? Same goes for men without the energy. Now. Without kids.
Why do narcs consider children a human right?
Sort your energy level out BEFORE kids, at least?
While a complete picture of the role of nutrition on fertility is far from complete, much progress has been made. The most salient gaps in the current evidence include jointly considering female and male diets and testing the most consistent findings in randomized trials.
Fuck, men influence pregnancy? What witchcraft is this?
Their only biological contribution is determined by things that occurred in the years before conception?
Say it isn’t so.
What term could possibly exist to describe this Darwinian fitness between men?
Hold men responsible for their bad habits affecting their innocent child’s health outcomes and literal lifespan and I might be impressed.
Posting will be patchy because of my feelings.

Linoleic acid and heart issues

So well-researched I couldn’t do better myself.

Even used the red box chan method. Nice.

FI
https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/science/Vegetarians-prone-to-strokes-Study/articleshow/3227413.cms

A study that tried to find positive (pro-veg) differences had arbitrary, strict age limits and time exclusions.
https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/article/70/3/516s/4714974
“There were no significant differences between vegetarians and nonvegetarians in mortality from cerebrovascular disease, stomach cancer, colorectal cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, or all other causes combined.”
Logically, if meat consumption caused colon cancer, that is impossible.

Pro-vegan paper
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4073139/
“Non-vegetarian diets were compared to vegetarian dietary patterns (i.e., vegan and lacto-ovo-vegetarian) on selected health outcomes.”
Why not compare vegetarian to vegan?
“Males experience greater health benefits than females. Limited prospective data is available on vegetarian diets and body weight change.”
Don’t bother studying that, though.
“Large randomized intervention trials on the effects of vegetarian diet patterns on neurological and cognitive functions, obesity, diabetes, and other cardiovascular outcomes are warranted to make meaningful recommendations.”
…useless.

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10408398.2016.1138447?journalCode=bfsn20
Vegetarian, vegan diets and multiple health outcomes: A systematic review with meta-analysis of observational studies
There appears to be a confound e.g. not drinking.
Claim:
“This comprehensive meta-analysis reports a significant protective effect of a vegetarian diet versus the incidence and/or mortality from ischemic heart disease (−25%) and incidence from total cancer (−8%). Vegan diet conferred a significant reduced risk (−15%) of incidence from total cancer.”

DATA: (they hope we won’t look at)
“With regard to prospective cohort studies, the analysis showed a significant reduced risk of incidence and/or mortality from ischemic heart disease (RR 0.75; 95% CI, 0.68 to 0.82) and incidence of total cancer (RR 0.92; 95% CI 0.87 to 0.98) but not of total cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, all-cause mortality and mortality from cancer. No significant association was evidenced when specific types of cancer were analyzed.”
Clear as mud.

You’re literally more likely to DIE on this diet but they claim “protective”.

Vegans – putting the DIE in DIET.

“The analysis conducted among vegans reported significant association with the risk of incidence from total cancer (RR 0.85; 95% CI, 0.75 to 0.95), despite obtained only in a limited number of studies.

https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/0eca/e24d13bacf38f3ddc6178b07312d566a4d8d.pdf
excellent example of propaganda

Trashing vegetarians in the Victorian era

http://www.seasonalchef.com/innerman.htm

Daniel O.Connell was disturbed by the extent to which vegetarian thinking had spread in 1891. He devotes a good deal of his book, The Inner Man, to tearing down some of the theories invoked by those who advocated dropping meat from the diet.
One of the theories held that since the “porters of the East” — Hindus, Chinese, Irish — eat little or no meat and yet are muscular and have incredible endurance, they are proof of the superiority of a vegetarian diet.
But O’Connell disagreed. “The flaw in this reasoning,” he wrote, “is that it takes too low and material a view of humanity and ignores entirely the fact that although the body can be sustained and kept from dissolution for a considerable period of time on simple fruits, cereals and the like, yet in the history of the world, nothing very great or good has even been bequeathed to humanity by a nation of vegetarians.” O’Connell proceeded to rattle off a list of brilliant writers and leaders who were prodigious eaters of meat.: Peter the Great, Goethe, Dr. Johnson, Wordsworth and others.”

Even Tesla lost his touch when he went vegetarian.

https://archive.org/details/innermangoodthin00oconrich

Vegans hate women

Not specifically vegan in some studies but close. They daren’t do direct studies.

Already shown you this
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/02/070228064902.htm
“Researchers in the United States have found a link between a low-fat dairy diet and increased risk of anovulatory infertility.”

ALAS!

There’s more!

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0015028216498845
“Seven of nine women in the vegetarian group became anovulatory.”
78%. Wow.

For the many obese vegans:
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1472648310616008
“In young women being overweight appears to be one of the major and still neglected causes of subfertility. Not only the excessive amount but also the distribution of body fat is clearly related to loss of fertility.”
We already knew it causes subfertility in men.

“These high concentrations of androgen and insulin in turn are important factors in the preferential abnormal localization of body fat.”
aka Unhealthy women have boy hips and no waist.

(Actually, I’d pay good money to see a subfertility study in Asians, especially considering all the GMO soybean products).

“in addition, have a higher rate of miscarriages”
forcing pregnancy means sickly babies, a miscarriage where not stress-based is just rejecting the genome that would be an infant mortality statistic anyway

If they aren’t responsible for their body, why are they allowed a baby?
“Drugs increasing insulin sensitivity also improve spontaneous ovulation and fertility in obese women but still need to be tested in larger controlled trials.”

Why don’t you listen to Mother Nature and stop trying to force babies?

At least do a follow-up study on their own health risks to show the practice is safe.
Fertility is not an entitlement.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1783583/
Obese people are not healthy.

Agriculturally pushed carbs are the culprit, not meat or dairy
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/309800126_High_carbohydrate_diets_are_positively_associated_with_the_risk_of_metabolic_syndrome_irrespective_to_fatty_acid_composition_in_women_the_KNHANES_2007-2014

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0950329318304944
“Vegans take more pride in their diets than do vegetarians.”
Yeah, we know they do.
“Vegans view their diets as more central to their identity than do vegetarians.”
Isn’t that a mental illness? Orthorexia?

“had more positive feelings toward their dietary in-group (higher private regard)”
so vegans are racist?
“evaluated out-group dieters more negatively (lower out-group regard)”
yep, most meat-eaters in the world aren’t white…
Veganism was invented in 1944 in England, so clearly it’s racist.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/03/160316194551.htm
“A retrospective review indicated that vegans should ensure adequate intake of a few nutrients.”
Supplements are either animal derived or tested on animals.
“”We found that some of these nutrients, which can have implications in neurologic disorders, anemia, bone strength and other health concerns, can be deficient in poorly planned vegan diets,”
“The study points out that some vegans rely heavily on processed foods and may not eat a sufficient variety of fruits, vegetables and whole grains.”
Obese vegans.

They also tend to consume non-organic coffee that’s been sprayed with fungicides, herbicides and pesticides.

https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/article/89/5/1627S/4596952
“In some cases, iron and zinc status of vegans may also be of concern because of the limited bioavailability of these minerals.”
Things you need to live. Really?

Vegans dosing b12 probably don’t get it
https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/article/108/3/525/5042715
“Approximately 85% of participants categorized as having low vitamin B-12 were taking vitamin B-12 supplements at doses in excess of the Recommended Dietary Allowance, which suggests that more research is needed to determine breast-milk adequacy values.”
again, women suffer more from stupid fad dieting, as the sex with a more complex body that’s intended to support another body in the form of a fetus
it suggests since their body isn’t adsorbing it that they’re still suffering brain shrinkage and also logically so too would the baby

You’d think that would be an important study to do.

Racial confound but okay
https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/article/107/6/909/5032650
“4.5% lower body fat in vegan women”
thinner isn’t better, it isn’t healthier, especially for women
women need a higher body fat %
doesn’t control for source of meat
“Patterns of differences by diet group were similar in white men.”
Thinner men is also bad.
“In the Indian population, compared with meat eaters, vegetarian women were shorter (−1.1 cm) and had lower lean mass (−0.5 kg), and both vegetarian women and men had lower grip strength (−1.3 and −1.4 kg, respectively).”
Malnutrition 101
This suggests an Asian subfertility study must be done.
They also had less lean mass… hmm….
Differences in anthropometric and physiologic characteristics were observed across diet groups in white participants, but fewer differences were observed in British Indian participants.”
Diet is more important for white people who evolved to eat more meat during the Ice Age.
Water is wet.

And the word you use from the passport doesn’t count medically. They are not British, they are their bodies – Indian.

British Indian makes it sound like they belong to the Empire, technically they do. They can’t medically blend with their passport, they’ll never be British. Ever. They missed the local evolutionary events as we missed theirs.

We ain’t related, mate. You aren’t entitled to any claim on this place culturally. You will never belong here. A passport doesn’t make you a Martian either. It reminds me of Doctor Who psychic paper, just stop.

Someone tell them a passport is actually a license to draft. Including stupid dual passport holders thinking that places like Singapore don’t have any legal hold over them.
It isn’t a golden ticket. You’d have to have a permanently slow group IQ to think that.

Actually, diet x IQ study? Why no?

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4073139/
You have to scroll for the real findings.
“In contrast, both lacto-ovo-vegetarian and vegan females do not seem to have a lower risk of mortality from cardiovascular diseases. Not so clear patterns are observed for cancer outcomes. While lacto-ovo-vegetarians have lower risk of cancer of the gastrointestinal tract, vegans experience a higher risk for cancer of the urinary tract. For other-cancer sites, the risk is slightly but not significantly lower for both lacto-ovo-vegetarians and vegans compared to non-vegetarians. Subsequent reports with longer follow-up time and more cancer cases will help clarify the role of specific vegetarian diets with cancer outcomes.”

Little to no difference, especially for women.
Some cancer rates higher.
Any benefits are largely not being obese. If properly controlled for, that suggests cancer may be higher risk.

“In the EPIC-Oxford study [67], vegans had 30% higher fracture rates than meat-eaters. ”
Vitamin B12 deficiency may increase CVD risk factors [70], and is associated for a wide range of neurological disorders [71]. In addition, for those following a vegan diet, optimizing intakes of n-3 fatty acids is highly recommended ”

reconcile absorption study above

the lower cardio risk is an assumption based on supplementation, not the dietary fact per se

“large randomized dietary intervention trials on vegan and lacto-ovo-vegetarian patterns are warranted to duplicate the findings and further investigate the health effects of these diets.”
They’re mainly studying religious people, not the typical atheist vegan.
“The research on the health effects of vegan diets and chronic diseases have mostly derived from observational studies of Adventist and Oxford vegetarians cohorts”
That isn’t generalisable.
“In general, the protective effects of vegetarian diets are stronger in men than in women.”
Paleo makes no sense considering all the diseases men are at risk of most, are made worse by eating tons of red meat. If you won’t listen to science, you’ll have to talk to Mr Prostate Cancer.

Where’s the sex realism in dietary advice? No, men can’t get away with eating like women either. Almost like there are chemicals varying between the two.

And body builders have atrocious health. I’d like to see a study on how unhealthy gyms are. Exercising in those are the worst places you can exercise. I heard there’s HPV on the machines.

https://www.medicalnewsbulletin.com/vegan-diet-lead-to-bone-loss/

Plot twist:
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/03/29/long-term-vegetarian-diet-changes-human-dna-raising-risk-of-canc/
“Populations who have had a primarily vegetarian diet for generations were found to be far more likely to carry DNA which makes them susceptible to inflammation.”
Racial confound.
That’s why Indians or Asians especially need to be vegetarian.
Their DNA is quite fragile.
“Scientists in the US believe that the mutation occurred to make it easier for vegetarians to absorb essential fatty acids from plants.
But it has the knock-on effect of boosting the production of arachidonic acid, which is linked to inflammatory disease and cancer.”
Vegetable oils are especially toxic for them (break out the ghee).
https://www.newsmax.com/Health/Health-News/vegetarian-diet-increases-heart/2016/03/30/id/721500/