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  1. Sticky: Poll: Re: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eaters?

    That's perfectly fine! Most of hour threads (and polls) are rather 'timeless', so even if the original poster have found the answer s/he was looking for, others may be interested in new replies. :)
  2. Sticky: Poll: Re: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eaters?

    Hi Aylanna, I moved your vote to where you wanted it.
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    Not only have we seen a lot of disagreement over the last decades about who we actually can consider our ancestors, but the various known hominoids (21 so far) have lived on different diets...
  4. Sticky: Poll: Re: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eaters?

    Nobody says that. Some people mention that the source of their nutrients is found in plants: neither humans or animals normally eat meat eating animals.


    That's a part of it, but one cannot deny...
  5. Sticky: Poll: Re: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eaters?

    I'm afraid you'll have a hard time even finding an omni being able to back that up with any scientific documentation. Omnis are constantly told to change their diet (eliminate certain food stuff, eat...
  6. Sticky: Poll: Re: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eaters?

    I think anyone who goes through changes - moves to a new country, starts to be more aware of the impact his lifestyle has on the environment, or makes major changes in his diet (etc) will have to...
  7. Sticky: Poll: Re: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eate

    That makes totally sense, but instead of having a poll for each nutrient, the poll/thread was meant as a comment to the feeling some people seem to have, namely that they are safe (or more safe)...
  8. Sticky: Poll: Re: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eate

    Again, I should probably have stressed that the intention with the poll was to emphasize the difference between worrying about getting enough nutrients on a vegan diet as opposed to focusing if...
  9. Sticky: Poll: Re: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eate

    We have a threads about whether humans are designed omnivores here and here, but why is it harder to be a vegan for you (besides the fact the switching from one habit/lifestyle/diet to another always...
  10. Sticky: Poll: Re: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eate

    This is true for at least one nutrient, but when looking at other nutrients, it seems that meat eaters have more to worry about than vegans, doesn't it? It's a mathematical fact that the more meat...
  11. Sticky: Poll: Re: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eate

    I agree. They should worry, just like a meat eater eating junk food or other nutrient poor should worry about his diet.

    I can see that there's room for at least 2 or 3 related polls here...
  12. Sticky: Poll: Re: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eate

    Did you worry about the many nutrients meat eaters often are deficient in before you were a vegan?

    I'm know some people - like you - worry more about getting enough nutrients as vegans, and maybe...
  13. Sticky: Poll: Re: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eate

    Maybe the question wasn't very well formulated: I wasn't actually looking for opinions about whether certain products were hard to find or not, but whether there was a reason to be more or less...
  14. Sticky: Poll: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eaters?

    Studies show than vegans in general have lower B12 levels than non-vegans, but according to this article, 'nearly 40% of the U.S. population may be flirting with marginal vitamin B12 status'. This...
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