VEGETARIAN CHICKEN

| September 11, 2012 | 48 Comments

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Vegetarianism is frequently cited as being a healthier diet than omnivorism or a paleo diet. This presentation examines the evidence behind vegetarian and vegan health claims, including the Adventist Health Studies, heart disease studies, and the success of plant-based diets ala Esselstyn and Ornish with treating chronic disease. Denise Minger’s China Study Analyses: rawfoodsos.com National Animal Interest Alliance interview: www.naiaonline.org Animal protein studies: Effect of Low Protein Diet on Low Dose Chronic Aflatoxin B1 Induced Hepatic Injury in Rhesus Monkeys – informahealthcare.com Whey proteins in cancer prevention – www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov EFFECT OF DIETARY PROTEIN ON AFLATOXIN LIVER INJURY IN WEANLING RATS – www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov Released by The Ancestral Health Symposium ancestryfoundation.org under the Creative Commons license creativecommons.org
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  1. PoppyYoung2497 says:

    YOU TWO GOT PREGNANT IN THIS ONE <3333

  2. BriannePacker says:

    Vegetarian water! haha 😀

  3. Kriistiina2k9 says:

    hey guys so i want to buy a good quality camera for Christmas which one do you guys use the quality is supreme! xxx (love you all)

  4. sandralhou says:

    Good for you guys…following thru with a court appearance. Finally justice.

    Love,
    Sandi

  5. loyoyaNL says:

    Ha ha haaaaa! Vegetarian water….so funny! You made me laugh! xxx

  6. NessaLee23 says:

    “Can I get some leaves with that? And some bark?” HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. iamaCD says:

    Why München? Why don’t they go to Nürnberg? :)

  8. adriflor says:

    Pineapple cheese is sososososososososososoooooooooooooooooooooo good!

  9. CutieNoorah says:

    ‘it must be a.. vegetarian device!’
    aahahahaha jofuss!

  10. foxycleopathra says:

    its weird this video has been up for 2 days and ye have only 301 views

  11. hmmmmm1988 says:

    Well no, because meat eaters choose to eat vegetarian food – vegetarians don’t eat meat. It’s pretty clear.

  12. hmmmmm1988 says:

    I can’t believe it was such a big deal to have one vegetarian meal. =/

  13. pearlsflowers says:

    love the start haha :) x

  14. nocoolnamesjustme says:

    vegetarian water…classic! hehe

  15. 1LeiaPrincess says:

    Halloumi rocks! Greetings from Greece, mate! :)

  16. 1LeiaPrincess says:

    i love the boots Anna

  17. GubblebumPink says:

    I like them too, I love how they look like ice skates!

  18. tammimarie says:

    I think the boots are cool, but I’m in to unique things like that!

  19. VIOLETnecklace says:

    THUMBS UP FOR VEGETARIANS !

  20. aYuMiNiO says:

    Hey guys ~~ I am from Cyprus and halloumi is cheese from cyprus :) Yeap its amazing ! I like it grilled or fryed :) Its the best :)

  21. jennifereiffe says:

    Jofus! It is Nollaig Shona! Pronounced Nullag huna!

  22. ShAwNiEsPReTTyNiNk says:

    AWWW Anna I would Loveeeeee a Albi and Sina Christmas card hahaha HUGZ Shawnie!! your Rockin Scensty girl XoXoXo

  23. esotericagenda says:

    Thumbnail is very misleading.

  24. CanadaHC says:

    … all the information I posted showing humans are omnivores is from the Vegetarian Resource Group…

    Many vegetarians and vegans know we are omnivores, only the uneducated or brainwashed think otherwise.

  25. CanadaHC says:

    Intestines

    Intestinal absorption is a surface area, not linear problem. Dogs (which are carnivores) have intestinal specializations more characteristic of omnivores than carnivores such as cats. The relative number of crypts and cell types is a better indication of diet than simple length. We are intermediate between the two groups (herbivore and carnivore), again showing us to be omnivores.

  26. CanadaHC says:

    The short canines in humans are a functional consequence of the enlarged cranium and associated reduction of the size of the jaws. In primates, canines function as both defense weapons and visual threat devices. In archeological sites, broken human molars are most often confused with broken premolars and molars of pigs, a classic omnivore. On the other hand, some herbivores have well-developed incisors that are often mistaken for those of human teeth when found in archeological excavations.

  27. CanadaHC says:

    Jaws

    Although evidence on the structure and function of human hands and jaws, behavior, and evolutionary history also either support an omnivorous diet or fail to support strict vegetarianism, the best evidence comes from our teeth.

  28. CanadaHC says:

    Fermenting Vats

    Nearly all plant eaters have fermenting vats (enlarged chambers where foods sits and microbes attack it). Ruminants like cattle and deer have forward sacs derived from remodeled esophagus and stomach. Horses, rhinos, and colobine monkeys have posterior, hindgut sacs. Humans have no such specializations.

  29. CanadaHC says:

    Cell Types

    Relative number and distribution of cell types, as well as structural specializations, are more important than overall length of the intestine to determining a typical diet. Dogs are typical carnivores, but their intestinal characteristics have more in common with omnivores. Wolves eat quite a lot of plant material.

  30. CanadaHC says:

    Evidence of Humans as Omnivores:

    Archeological Record –

    As far back as it can be traced, clearly the archeological record indicates an omnivorous diet for humans that included meat. Our ancestry is among the hunter/gatherers from the beginning. Once domestication of food sources began, it included both animals and plants.

  31. CanadaHC says:

    (continued from previous)…

    ” All the available evidence indicates that the natural human diet is omnivorous and would include meat. We are not, however, required to consume animal protein. We have a choice.”

    Which is true – but that choice also means you MUST supplement at least Vitamin B12 into your diet.

  32. CanadaHC says:

    “The key category in the discussion of human diet is omnivores, which are defined as generalized feeders, with neither carnivore nor herbivore specializations for acquiring or processing food, and who are capable of consuming and do consume both animal protein and vegetation. They are basically *opportunistic* feeders (survive by eating what is available) with more generalized anatomical and physiological traits, especially the dentition (teeth)… (continued)

  33. CanadaHC says:

    McArdle debunks Mills, sorry. Mills is a PETA shill. There was absolutely no science whatsoever in his talk – only dogma.

    I watched it all several months ago.

    All biologists, primatologists, anatomists, medical doctors, nutritionists, basically every field of science agrees we’re omnivores.

    Only vegan animal-activists think we’re herbivores. Please show me your proof, it’s all easily shown incorrect.

  34. difairhurst says:

    Go watch “Are Humans Designed To Eat Meat?” by Milton Mills, M.D.

  35. CanadaHC says:

    The comments are like that because vegans don’t actually have science backing them up, only dogma.

    The science is clear – we’re omnivores, meat is part of a healthy lifestyle. There’s never been a vegan culture in the history of the world. It simply is NOT natural to eat that way.

  36. CanadaHC says:

    Read the VRG dot ORG page, Humans are Omnivores:

    Dr. John McArdle, Phd and Vegetarian:

    “Humans are classic examples of omnivores in all relevant anatomical traits. There is no basis in anatomy or physiology for the assumption that humans are pre-adapted to the vegetarian diet. For that reason, the best arguments in support of a meat-free diet remain ecological, ethical, and health concerns.”

    Dr. McArdle is a vegetarian and an anatomist and a primatologist.

    Who’s deluded?

  37. difairhurst says:

    Another deluded Paleo fruitcake.

    Human beings are HERBIVORES. We have all the evidence we need, start with the basic anatomy and physioolgy of humans, teeth, hands, then look at studies which have clearly demonstrated a plant-based diet is miles healthier than a meat-based diet.

  38. redddbaron says:

    To be fair, I am pretty sure Denise did not make that graphic herself since she was only a guest speaker and she hasn’t made that same spelling error in her blog.

  39. Watcher6868 says:

    I am shocked that an informative video like this one starts (moment 00:01) with misspelling the word vegetarian (she wrote it: vegitarian–as if it is an Armenian last name). How can I trust Ms. Minger when she’s just like Mitt…Full of shit.

  40. MurpCamEy says:

    Many of these comments are extremely rude, offensive, and – frankly – misogynistic.

    This is a stellar presentation by an impressive woman. Go Denise!

  41. MrJgohde says:

    Does this person do anything other than giggle and make dumb private jokes that bomb?

  42. dbaeyen says:

    A giggling teenager.

  43. SSmithProductions says:

    I saw the title of this video and was thinking…Man, this must be a pretty good, non-refutable argument. Then I saw that it was over 40 minutes long. WOW.

  44. Mr40st says:

    Thank you I will use this if you are a veagan or vegitatian and want to fight , contact me I’d love to beat the shit out of you and kick your teeth in

  45. SneakyMcrawlzor says:

    you are a dumb bitch 10/10 would knock out if i saw you in public

  46. Ken MacMillan says:

    Everyone laughing at doucherider 😀

  47. redddbaron says:

    I had good luck with Guardian. Not the biggest or the sweetest. BUT plenty big enough and plenty sweet enough and better flavor than commercial varieties. The main thing is the disease resistance. Grow it in well composted and mulched ground and they did very well for years with almost no maintenance at all.

    Weed control with geese when they stop fruiting. Chickens let on them at the end of the year to eat insect eggs and larvae. That’s about it.

  48. TheBoydbeauford says:

    nice one, cheers for the headsup – I didn’t know commercially grown strawberries were so damaging to the ecosystem. will eat home-grown only & do some homework on commercial organic/biodynamic strawbs.

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