Chocolate, meat, cheese, and sugar – physically addictive

More like: "Got osteoporosis? Got metabolic acidosis? Got cancer?"

More like: “Got osteoporosis? Got metabolic acidosis? Got cancer?”

Of course, we should always be critical. I do not support the claims made in this film about soy-based meat substitutes being something that can frequently be present in plant-based meals – the point, for me, is to step away (and this is a gradual process) from things that are unnatural, unnecessary, and processed. Using the hormones argument in relation to dairy to then switch to promoting soy is questionable.

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4 responses to “Chocolate, meat, cheese, and sugar – physically addictive

    • Indeed! There are some scientific articles on the matter, too; I’ll see if I can find them. But it just makes sense, right, that we’d be “addicted” to what is crucial for our survival at one point

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