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Unread 09-16-2013, 04:13 PM   #1
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Any vegetarians?

Just curious if there's any other vegetarian Jeepers out there?

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Unread 09-16-2013, 04:41 PM   #2
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I was for about a year once. But I like hunting too much
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Unread 09-17-2013, 12:13 PM   #3
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If beef, pork and poultry are veggies, then yes.
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If beef, pork and poultry are veggies, then yes.
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Unread 09-19-2013, 07:10 PM   #5
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It's steak day on Wednesdays at the dining hall...and I have an unlimited card.




Being a vegetarian can have an advantage but for most people I don't think it's healthy. IMO
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Being a vegetarian can have an advantage but for most people I don't think it's healthy. IMO
It would detrimental to my health, because I'd kill myself if I couldn't have a nice filet once and awhile.
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Being a vegetarian can have an advantage but for most people I don't think it's healthy. IMO
You can get all the nutrients you need from a vegan diet. Enough to train? I doubt it. But it's very healthy for 99% of the population i'd say. Of course you're allergic to plants and ****.
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You can get all the nutrients you need from a vegan diet. Enough to train? I doubt it. But it's very healthy for 99% of the population i'd say. Of course you're allergic to plants and ****.
Unfortunately this is not true. You will lack the proper heme-iron, b-12, folate, and quality proteins. Anemia's and unhealthy low body weights are all too common among vegans.

And technically vegans are the hardcore hemp wearing hippies ( it's a lifestyle), but vegetarians just dont consume meat.

I believe vegetarian diets can be healthy but need to be done correctly. Knowledge of foods an what they contain is a must. Look into complimentary proteins for quality plant protein combinations that will provide all your essential amino acids.

Also learn the differences between non-heme iron( plant based iron and non oxygen carrying) and heme-iron( animal protein and oxygen carrying, which makes blood red)

As a strict vegetarian, it's recommended you take a b complex and a b-12( addition to complex, under the tongue) Look into plant based protein powders like garden of life RAW protein. Gritty but good stuff.

Everything in moderation(except jeeping) is crucial. 80% vegetarian with 20% animal protein would be ideal

Hunting yields fresh free-range, hormone free proteins. That's what I tell all my hippie vegan lovers out there. There's nothin like beings elbow deep in a elk or deer pulling out the trachea
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