Oxford Study: Vegans are 43% More Likely to Break a Bone

Who would have thought that removing fundamental nutrients from your diet would result in health problems?

Daily Mirror:

Vegan diets more than double the risk of a broken hip, warns new research.

A study of more than 50,000 British people tracked over two decades found giving up animal flesh weakens bones – and can trigger osteoporosis.

Compared with people who ate meat and fish, scientists found that those with lower calcium and protein intake were especially prone to hip, leg and spine fractures.

Vegans were also 43 per cent more likely to suffer a fracture anywhere. In particular this applied to the leg, vertebrae and collarbone.

The latest research by the Vegan Society says there are now 600,000 vegans in Britain.

Study lead author Dr Tammy Tong, an Oxford University nutritional epidemiologist, said: “The biggest differences were for hip fractures, where the risk in vegans was 2.3 times higher than in people who ate meat – equivalent to 15 more cases per 1,000 people over 10 years.”

The reason this was published is very simple:

  • The push right now is for everyone on earth to stop eating meat. This plan features heavily in the “Great Reset” literature, as well as every other text of the globalists.
  • People know that veganism isn’t healthy. Globalists know they’re going to have a hard time getting you on-board with this.
  • They’ve decided to present the problems with veganism out in the open, and then solve the problems in the open.
  • The solution to veganism making you unhealthy is eating bugs.

They are going to talk about these problems, then they’re going to say “oh, well – we’ve found a solution! You have to eat bugs!”

The introduction of the concept of eating bugs was an admission that veganism is dangerously unhealthy. Bugs have animal protein, and they make it plausible to live a normal life without eating meat. Obviously, you’re never going to feel as good as you would eating meat, but your bones won’t just be breaking left and right every time you go outside.