September 2, 2019
Feeding your kids vegetables is evil, and should be banned.
I never ate all my vegetables as a kid, and this is probably why I’m not a drooling retard right now.
Trendy vegan diets could be putting the IQ of the next generation at risk, a leading nutritionist has warned.
Dr Emma Derbyshire said the growing fad for ‘plant-based’ diets risks creating mass deficiency in choline – a dietary nutrient that is critical to brain development.
Choline, found in meat, fish, eggs and dairy products, is particularly important in pregnancy, when it contributes to the healthy growth of a baby’s brain.
You can add that to the very long list of things missing in a vegan diet, which includes vitamin B12, iron, calcium, vitamin D, protein, taste, common sense, and others.
‘The mounting evidence of choline’s importance makes it essential that it does not continue to be overlooked in the UK,’ she said.
‘This is now more important than ever given that accelerated food trends towards plant-based diets/veganism could have further ramifications on choline intake.’
She added: ‘We are at risk of dumbing down the brain power of the next generation. Plant-based diets are great and brilliant for the environment.
‘But in terms of reducing intake of choline – which is vital for foetal brain development – no-one had given it much thought.
Well, the people who go vegan in the first place are generally not very smart to begin with.
Imagine doing all this to yourself instead of just eating an egg, and then telling people that you’re eating naturally.
The good news, though, is that veganism causes infertility, so there’s a good chance these morons won’t be breeding at all.
‘The train is moving so fast, and more people are ditching meat and eggs. But it could leave many women of childbearing age deficient in this key nutrient.’
Choline is also produced by the liver – but the quantities are not enough to meet the requirements of the human body and therefore it must be obtained from dietary and supplement sources, said Dr Derbyshire, a public health nutritionist who runs the Nutritional Insight Limited health consultancy in London.
‘Given the important physiological roles of choline and authorisation of certain health claims, it is questionable why choline has been overlooked for so long in the UK,’ she wrote.
The UK is run by (((people))) who want to destroy the British, so why would you expect them to care about you eating healthy?
Any government that actually wanted people to be healthy would’ve banned most of this ultra-processed, food-shaped chemical slop that’s killing millions of people every year (probably every month by now).
‘Choline is presently excluded from UK food composition databases, major dietary surveys, and dietary guidelines.
‘If choline is not obtained in the levels needed from dietary sources per se then supplementation strategies will be required, especially in relation to key stages of the life cycle, such as pregnancy, when choline intakes are critical to infant development.’
Market research suggests we are eating less meat than ever before.
Consumer research firm Kantar Worldpanel reported earlier this year that 21 per cent of UK households have reduced their meat intake in the past two years.
Ten per cent of households include a flexitarian – or ‘part-time’ vegetarian – five per cent a full vegetarian and one per cent a vegan.
High-quality, unprocessed animal products are literally the healthiest food a human being can eat, and people are giving it up for no reason.
Don’t be a moron, meat is good for you.
Not the processed crap from McDonald’s, that one you should avoid, but real meat is the best thing you can eat.
And you can get all the proof you need just by looking at people who don’t eat it.