Does veganism work?
I mean—work for the masses of people, not just some individuals?
I say it does not. Just look at how many skinny and weak vegans we see amongst us.
I actually believe that it CAN work, and it does appear to work for those who put in the effort to do it right.
I mentioned in my last post that I was able to make it work for me by making sure to eat a good amount of starchy veggies, as well as making sure that I satisfied my micronutrient needs.
The other question I ask is why are so many celebrities and other elites pushing veganism? We know that this group of people rarely promotes ideas that are good for the masses. And that’s the key. The masses don’t appear to be interested enough in doing the work necessary to succeed as a vegan.
Here’s my latest video explaining my point of view on the topic.
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Doing things right—whatever they may be—is essential if we want success. Nutrition is no different.
Patrick Rooney, Founder of OldSchoolUs.com, questions how effective veganism is implemented by the average person, and why celebrities and other elites are promoting it. https://oldschoolus.com Effective veganism: Dr. John McDougal:l https://www.drmcdougall.com/ Knives Over Forks: https://www.forksoverknives.com/ Effective traditional food, farming, and healing arts: Weston Price Foundation https://www.westonaprice.org/
Patrick Rooney is the Founder of OldSchoolUs.com. Its focus is natural health and independent living. Patrick is the author of GREEK PHYSIQUE: The Simple, Satisfying Way to Sculpt Your Body—Even if You’re Old, Weak, or Broken Down; and is also the creator of Greek Yoga™ and the Greek Yoga for Beginners video. He offers health and fitness consulting in-person in Middle Tennessee and worldwide via phone, Zoom, and Skype. To reach Patrick, email him at [email protected].