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Ghandi was vegan... for a while

 

"The late Mahatma Gandhi devoted much of his life to the advocacy of a strict vegetarian diet, and for years he experimented on his own body to find a suitable selection of plant foods on which to sustain health.



But all attempts were failures. In 1929, Gandhi and 22 companions went on a diet consisting of a limited selection of uncooked plant foods.

 

Whereas the diet worked out well for a time and led to marked improvement in consumptive cases, it failed to prove adequate on a long-range sustenance basis.

 

One by one Gandhi's companions were forced to depart from the diet, and Gandhi himself had to add goat milk to his fare in order to regain health.



"For my companions I have been a blind guide leading the blind," declared Gandhi after the experiment was over. Gandhi still felt, however, that "the hidden possibilities of the innumerable seeds, leaves and fruits" of the earth could be explored and found to provide mankind with adequate nourishment.

 

He never stopped trying to experiment along these lines, but he always had to turn back to goat milk to regain his strength.
 


In the end he had to acknowledge the necessity for animal food. In 1946 he declared: "The crores of India today get neither milk nor ghee nor butter, nor even buttermilk.

 

No wonder that mortality figures are on the increase and there is a lack of energy in the people. It would appear as if man is really unable to sustain life without either meat or milk and milk products. Anyone who deceives people in this regard or countenances the fraud is an enemy of India."



These are strong words from a man who devoted most of his life to the search for a satisfactory vegetarian diet. But Gandhi's experience is not unique in the field of nutrition.

 

Many others have also gone through the experience of believing that man could thrive exclusively upon a limited selection of uncooked plant foods, only to find in the end that animal products were necessary for sustenance. ...."

 

CONCLUSION:


Gandhi was unable to live on a vegan diet.


He finally declared vegan claims fraudulent
those who insisted that veganism was possible he defined to be "enemies of India."

 
from the article MAHATMA GANDHI AND 22 COMPANIONS FAIL AS VEGANS
by Arnold DeVries

 

 

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A day old calf consumes around 5 liters of milk per day,

 

but a grass-fed cow produces two to three gallons or 8 to 12

 

liters of milk per day, that is 3 to 7 liters or about one or two

 

gallons of extra milk per day!

 

Mother Nature gave about one or two extra gallons of milk

 

per day to humans!

 

A cow produces milk for 10 months after giving birth, but the calf can eat grass only in 2 to 4 months.

 

The UN'S FAO or FOOD and AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION says a calf can eat just grass in 2 months and family cow owners say in 4 months the calf is completely weaned off the mother cow's milk.

 

Why does the cow produce milk for 6-8 more months if the
calf only needs 2 to 4 months of milk?

 

God gave the extra 6-8 months to humans and the extra one or two gallons per day to humans. It's not stealing from the animals it's a gift from Mother Nature.

 

You can have your milk and eat it too! as cheese, cottage cheese, yogurt, sour cream, butter etc. etc., with a free conscience.

 

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There is no reason for vegans to avoid milk products from kindly treated, pasture raised animals.

 

Alicia Silverstone, author of The Kind Diet, admitted on Oprah that she eats cheese now and then.

 

Oscar nominated actor Michael Clarke Duncan, gentle giant star of The Green Mile, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, died suddenly of a heart attack at age 54 on September 3, 2012.

 

He went vegan in 2009 and became a poster vegan celebrity for Peta.

 

Many vegans and especially those coached by Peta take a B-12 supplement, so homocysteine was probably not the cause of the heart attack.

 

Peta says he got his protein from "fruits, vegetables, and legumes such as beans, peanuts, and tofu."

 

Peanuts, almonds, sesame, beans, soy, avocados,

even olive oil are loaded with unsaturated fats (omega-3s,

omega-6s and monounsaturated fats) which have been linked

to arterial plaque formation.

 

The National Academy of Science, Institute of Medicine, Food and Nutrition Board said,

 

"Lipid peroxidation is thought to be a component of the development of atherosclerotic plaques."

 

The safe range they state is 0.6 to 1.2 grams per day of polyunsaturated omega 3 fatty acids for men and women.

 

A study done in 1994 (Felton, Crook, Davies, Oliver) showed that the composition of human aortic plaque was unsaturated fats (omega 3, 6, and monounsaturated) and NOT saturated fats.

 

They analyzed the plaque of deceased humans for the study which is much more accurate than using angiograms as has been done in other studies to test the effect of fats on the heart.

 

Peta ought to accept kindly raised, grass-fed milk products as part of its diet program for the good of the animals and for the health of the vegans.

 

They already took the first step when they rescued an abused factory farm dairy cow and brought it to Organic Pastures dairy farm in Fresno, California, for safe keeping.

 

Former-vegans can remain vegetarian for conscience' sake by consuming kindly treated, grass-fed dairy products.

 

 

 

 

 


 


 


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