---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :

 
 

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <noozguru@...> wrote :

 FWIW
 
 "The article cites an Australian study from last year which found that 
vegetarians reported that they were less optimistic about their future more 
often than people who kept meat in their diets. That same study found that 
vegetarians were 18 percent more likely to report having depression and 28 
percent more likely to experience panic attacks and anxiety."
 

 Maybe they're too upset about how animals are treated and worried that it 
might get worse?
 

 As much as you meant this as a joke, there is truth and validity to this. Meat 
animals are treated abominably and those who consume it should be aware of what 
goes on. These creatures are treated as inanimate meat, not as sentient beings 
who have social structures, feelings or deep sensitivities. The whole thing is 
outrageous. Over 7 billion animals per year are slaughtered for our consumption.
 

 But it is interesting. I know many who followed the marshy ayurved 
recommendations and ended up having to have B12 injections after years of ill 
health. 
 

 And poor mental health is an open secret in the TMO though there are probably 
loads of reasons for this, stressed and neurotic people believing the promise 
of a cure, people getting wound up by the technique and believing they are 
"unstressing"? People believing Marshy that psychiatry is ineffective at best 
and getting hung up on rounding must be a better cure and getting worse. Maybe 
the worst thing is the belief people develop that they must be alright because 
they are on  highest path. I've heard some highly deranged people say that. 
Cult's are a gold mine for future research.
 

 Or maybe it's time for a south facing burger bar in FF?
 

 

 

 
 
 
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2015/12/04/research-points-to-mental-health-risks-associated-with-meatless-diet/
 
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2015/12/04/research-points-to-mental-health-risks-associated-with-meatless-diet/
 




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