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Dr. Oz Explains the Vegan Diet



Dr. Oz describes what it means to go vegan and how to do it safely.

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  1. Our existence on this planet is currently being threatened, and veganism is one of the most powerful ways to combat this threat. “A vegan diet is probably the single biggest way to reduce your impact on planet Earth, not just greenhouse gases, but global acidification, eutrophication, land use and water use,” said Joseph Poore, at the University of Oxford. “It is far bigger than cutting down on your flights or buying an electric car,” he said, as these only cut greenhouse gas emissions.

    “Agriculture is a sector that spans all the multitude of environmental problems,” he said. “Really it is animal products that are responsible for so much of this. Avoiding consumption of animal products delivers far better environmental benefits than trying to purchase sustainable meat and dairy.”

    It was also found in one of his studies that even the very lowest impact meat and dairy products still cause much more environmental harm than the least sustainable vegetable and cereal growing.

    Source: http://josephpoore.com/Science%20360%206392%20987%20-%20Accepted%20Manuscript.pdf

  2. The vegan diet is not natural for humans. We have canines for a reason. Do you think our ancestors would be proud? In the early days of the earth’s creation, do you think the early humans would have lived without their strict mean diet? Did you know that 76% of Vegans can’t hold a job for more than 6 months? I put it down to weak bones and a lack of iron. My daughter has been looking into a vegan diet lately. God save her. I’m not cooking two dinners a night to appease the dietary decisions of my children. They’ll eat whatever I put in front of them. There are starving children in Africa who would kill for some meat, and here it is in front of us and we aren’t even grateful.

  3. I think the things about protein mentioned in this video isn't evidence based. (But all vegans should consider supplementing b12 and d)
    If you want more info that is really evidence based on nutrition check out nutritionfacts.org

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