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“No scientific evidence whatsoever ”

Written on: 30/01/2012

IT IS NOT A DIET! LET'S JUST ALL BECOME VEGANS... What a waist of money.
Do you really believe that cavemen were brainwashed??
I've lost more than 30 kg eating lean meat with veggies instead of carbs and excercising. And was able to maintain it for 3 years now.
If you are planning on becoming a vegan you need to eat a whole lot of beans and tofu etc to provide your organism with proteins and iron... At least in my country those products and especially fruits in winter, that are normally being imported, are going to make this brand new diet (eating habits meant here by diet)really expensive and not affordable for most of the population.
I mean there are some obvious things in the book that are true. But I can't agree with the overall concept. Especially because this diet is far from balanced and rich in necessary nutrients and minerals.
Have you ever been to Mediterranean countries? They eat plenty of meat and their diet is considered one of the healthiest in the world.

Have you ever seen programs about African tribes... who brainwashes them that they eat meat and drink milk? Have you seen a single obese Maasai? The traditional Maasai diet consists of six basic foods: meat, blood, milk, fat, honey, and tree bark. So why aren't they getting obese?? Yes, they don't stop moving and never overeat due to lack of resources. So I'll give the author credit for saying overeating is bad.. But didn't you know that already?