FORKS OVER KNIVES A documentary.
Examines the profound claim that most, if not all, of the degenerative diseases that afflict us can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting our present menu of animal-based and processed foods.
Exactly. I like discussing these issues with people who want to question me about it, but the moment you start saying things like “Why does it matter what my dietary choices are? Shouldn’t we be able to choose what food goes in our bodies for ourselves?” Because as far as you push that idea that it’s just about food choices, we’re not even talking about the same topic. You’ve created this mystical idea that I’m just angry because someone’s eating greasy food, not because someone decided killing and environmental destruction is just a chill, “no big deal man” thing everybody does. You create this idea because you don’t actually want to talk about why someone should go vegan, you want to talk about how much you loooove cheese and that’s just like, a dietary choice and choices like totally need to be respected lol bacon
Give up defining it as a dietary choice. My shampoo says “vegan”, but I don’t eat shampoo. Protesting animal cruelty at a circus isn’t a dietary choice unless you think protest signs are made of bread. Going to put some cosmetics not tested on animals on my face, let me just get a tiny taste of this mascara, right?
You won’t hear me complain about you eating 20 pounds of fried pickles. I won’t get upset that you ate 5 onion rings while chugging orange soda. You could even be eating brussel sprouts, my mortal food enemy, and I won’t care. This isn’t about dietary choices.
● Animals Are Not Ours to Eat!
● Animals Are Not Ours to Wear!
● Animals Are Not Ours to Experiment On!
● Animals Are Not Ours to Use for Entertainment!
● Animals Are Not Ours to Abuse in Any Way!
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But the key word is moderation, as no benefits were found beyond two cups a day. Besides possibly reducing heart failure risk, coffee has been found in other studies to protect against type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, and liver cancer, among other health benefits.
I could dive in that mouth first right now.
And she’s still doing it.