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Vegasaurus vs. Meatasaurus? Discuss...

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Re: vegans on parade

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[Fyvel: Frank, from what I have read so far about your own diet, it is certainly not the "average North American diet" that I have been referring to.]No I don't suppose it is, I take my health seriously and what I put into my body has a lot to do with how I feel.[Fyvel: That is part of why I don't care much for PETA: they tend to be biased and extreme and cast a negative light on people who share their views]PETA ug, pleeese don't get me started![Fyvel: One thing I notice about the foods you ate that day is that there doesn't seem to be much fat there. I find that chopping an avocado up in a salad really helps with satiety (and taste!). Lots of good healthy fats in avocado.]I'll have to try that I haven't had avocado in a while.[Fyvel: I personally think that adding fruits and veggies and whole grains to a diet will have more health effects than cutting meat out of a diet.]I completely agree with you here, this is very much what I did to improve my personal diet and it has helped me loose weight and stop the rollercoaster cycle. Not long after that I started working out more and I feel better overall. One of the things I saw relatively recently was super size me, this documentary really helped me make the final step away from fast food. Later
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Re: Vegasaurus vs. Meatasaurus? Discuss...

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Wandered in here by way of looking for a review of Vegasaur to help edit this http://ancestryfoundation.org/ The raw footage is up, but it's the first conference dealing with nutrition using evolution science. There are some 40 talks, one dealing specifically with how to talk to a vegetarian. I'm in the process of marrying the slides to the talks(something Vegasaur does), but the truly motivated can do it themselves.

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Re: Vegasaurus vs. Meatasaurus? Discuss...

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Very true, not all the nutrients that our body needed can be supplied by vegetable alone. Check out the food pyramid and you’ll see there that animal meat play a significant role. Learn how to balance your meal.
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