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42 thoughts on “Study Links Paleo Diet To Heart Disease!

  1. So if vegans do not produce TMAO if they eat meat, what about vegans who supplement with l-carnitine for it's benefits. Do they produce TMAO?

  2. Some people follow "Pegan" (paleo vegan).  I would be interested in knowing whether avoiding grain and legumes makes a difference to a vegan biome.

  3. did u know that they can get any result they want? all there studies have an agenda behind them. obviously all these people like Greger who works for the humane society are paid to spread vegan propaganda.

  4. Conscientious Omnivore December 3, 2018 at 12:40 pm - Reply

    Nice one Ryan! Looking forward to seeing the details of the study. I would be interested like you said, how much meat were the "healthy" group eating?

  5. RottenPelican Hoof Ⓥ December 3, 2018 at 12:40 pm - Reply

    Hey mate. I recently asked Footsoldier to participate in a little game however he refused because he's a killjoy. Now its your turn.. replace yourself with Footsoldier then give me your choice please

    " Ryan from HHV, Vegan Gains or Mic the Vegan ….one of them MUST die.. The choice is yours. Please choose wisely. Peace and love 🌹❤️

  6. Thanks a lot Ryan. The Paleo community don't even have a handle on the lifestyles of the different paleolithic peoples of the times.

  7. The TMAO theory has been debunked a long time ago.

    Microbial trimethylamine-N-oxide as a disease marker: something fishy?

    ABSTRACT: "Production of trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO) via the gut microbiota has recently been proposed as an important pathophysiological mechanism linking ingestion of ‘unhealthy foods’, such as beef (containing carnitine) and eggs (containing choline), and the development of atherosclerosis. Hence, TMAO has gained attention as a novel biomarker for cardiovascular disease. However, fish and seafood contain considerable amounts of TMAO and are generally accepted as cardioprotective: a puzzling paradox that seems to have been neglected. We suspect that the TMAO story may be a red herring."

    I can't post links so google the title to find the article on PubMed, no shady blogs here.

  8. Huh? How can eating dead animal corpses with all that saturated fat, cholesterol, zero antioxidants and injected with antibiotics be unhealthy for humans? Can't believe it!

  9. Something I never hear about is the placebo/belief effect on diet. That would be fascinating to study. Meanwhile my belief is that a whole food plant based diet is optimal for me.

  10. I think there will be a lot more studies coming out showing how animal products are not healthy for human consumption. It's only a matter of time.

  11. one of my colleagues said his mother and sister were going on a paleo diet as they had started training for a marathon. Immediately i just told him outright that paleo diets are dangerous and should be avoided. We are in the age now where people refer to google for everything and eat up all the bullshit from these websites with all these "fitness gurus" and all these nutritionists who know jack shit. Look at science don't be sheep

  12. dighyfveirfuveifbuv December 3, 2018 at 12:40 pm - Reply

    I predict that veganism will end the fad diet phenomenon by 2028. Thence forth all people shall know that veganism is the one true diet.

  13. I know from my interactions with meater trolls the last few months that they were awaiting release of this study's findings with bated breath. They will now jump through hoops of fire to dissect the study parameters and compile a list of reasons to discredit it. Prepare for a circus of intellectual contortion, fellow vegans! TFP, Ryan : )

  14. I've been an ACE (American Council on Exercise) trainer and nutrition specialist for years and all my research has led me to a plant based life style. The evidence is just unrelenting that humans are herbivores! I just can't believe it took me till I was 31 to figure this out… I missed out on some serious gains and health benefits all those years I was eating animal flesh and their secretions. Not to mention all the pain and suffering I was supporting every time I purchased these "items". Living a whole foods plant based lifestyle is the life humans are suppose live; it's only a matter of time before the world changes (hopefully sooner than later). Thanks Ryan!

  15. It won't matter if the last scientific nail is in the coffin, some will still be espousing a meat based diet. People tend to be driven by desire rather than logic.

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