What school is giving you straight As?
Do more research. There were lots of vegans back then. It's not difficult to be vegan on a whole foods diet at all. And I'm sure their environment was dirty enough to get plenty of B12.Hakik wrote: ↑Fri Jul 14, 2017 11:35 pmWhat school is giving you straight As?
I highly doubt that since he liked to dissect animals, and used some of the carcass and byproduct to build things, also brushes and some of the pigments of paints used animal byproducts. Not to mention that leather wasn't just widely used for clothes but for books too. You must have read that on some bullshit vegan blog. I can assure you, I used to teach art history, and he definitely wasn't outspoken about veganism.
Nice try tho. But veganism is a modern concept from just recent decades. Nobody in the old days was vegan. There might have been some vegetarians, but it's too unrealistic of a diet and lifestyle to live on in a time where they don't make boca burgers, tofurkey, and complicated processed food artificially infused with vitamins and nutrients so that people don't die of malnutrition from going vegan.
Yeah nice anecdotal "evidence". There's absolutely no science to back this up. You should have seen the red flag as soon as they said they worked with a "Naturopath." This dummy knows nothing about nutrition and now is trying to confuse people when they don't even know what happened in their bodies.mrsquirtlejeans wrote:I posted a story earlier about a vegan who beat Hashimoto's disease by adding meat back to their diet. She probably won't even consider it though.
In fact, here it is:
"I was vegetarian for 13 years and then through diet elimination removed dairy from my diet. After that, I went Vegan. During the same time, I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s. I was working with a Naturopath and we went through pulling every food I had an intolerance to out of my diet. 6 months later, and at this point gluten-free vegan, my levels had stopped improving. I made the difficult decision to give meat a go and see if my levels improved. To my astonishment, within six weeks of eating meat, my levels improved and eventually moved into a good range. My Hashimoto’s went into remission, and today I still have normal anti-body levels."
But this was actually written by a Russian author hundreds of years after he died. So, according to credible sources, there's no way for us to really know what he ate."Truly man is the king of beasts, for his brutality exceeds them. We live by the death of others. We are burial places! I have since an early age abjured the use of meat, and the time will come when men will look upon the murder of animals as they look upon the murder of man."
So I call her on her bullshit...Leonardo da Vinci was vegan and outspoken about it
No, not the majority of pro-vegan websites...cite a real source. You know, like you would for school if you were doing a research paper or something. You've done one of those haven't you, Miss Smarter than everyone else?I didn't research it in depth. I go by what the majority of websites say. I'll admit they could easily be wrong though.
Not a majority of BS...one SINGLE credible source or STFU (dumb, basic byotch).I go by what the majority of websites say
Yeah no. There's nothing in meat that I can't get from a vegan diet that would cure my Hashimoto's disease lmao. My mom and sister both have Hashimoto's disease and my mom still eats meat. I developed it as a meat eater as well - since age 9. And considering I've felt my absolute best on a vegan diet and so has my sister - not eager to start torturing animals just to feel like shit again. Thanks though.