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Re: The case against meat-eating and Defense of Vegetarianism.
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Published: 11 years ago
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Re: The case against meat-eating and Defense of Vegetarianism.

Thank you grz for your sense of impartiality.

However, I did get to a point where I thought that I was the victim of veggie/vegan-bashing and so went on the defensive. This seems to be a habit I'm dragging myself into these days here on curezone, especially with supplemental use of Vitamin D3. But hopefully, not as a result of dogma.

The entire thread ballooned from my original post entitled: "High Meat Intake increases Diabetes risk" and where I was only the messenger of that reported information, so thank goodness I wasn't the author.

HV is right of course: much depends on how we handle/deal with stress.

What I witness here many times over within curezone, are the principles of health that are reported in isolation, but in unison, are a powerful force for recovering and maintaining health. All we have to do is place the pieces of this physiological/health-jigsaw together and see the entire picture; this results in a life free from disease and the achievement of what Upton Sinclair described as, "a state of super-health unknown to humans".

I recovered my own health thru the principles and practices of Physiological Laws (Natural Hygiene) and where this included a vegan diet: hence my stance on the matter.



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