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PETA Targets Celebrity Chef Fans With New 'Silent Scream' Ad Spot

There are 10807 comments on the www.huffingtonpost.com story from May 31, 2012, titled PETA Targets Celebrity Chef Fans With New 'Silent Scream' Ad Spot. In it, www.huffingtonpost.com reports that:

The season premiere of Gordon Ramsay's "Hell's Kitchen" is June 4, and PETA has a bone to pick with Gordon Ramsay's screaming... sort of.

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#12489 Nov 28, 2012
Parents who put their children on strict vegan diets could harm their development, a US nutrition expert has said.
Lindsay Allen, of the US Agricultural Research Service, said denying growing children animal products in their diet during the critical first few years of life was "unethical".

Professor Allen argued that animal source foods have some nutrients not found anywhere else and that pregnant women on vegan diets could be damaging their child while it was growing in the womb.

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#12490 Nov 28, 2012
hunters are COWARDS wrote:
<quoted text>Purples' posts didn't 'involve' you, they were making fun of you.
Do you not know the definition of involve?

BTW, I read this somewhere, would you save your dog or a baby, if you could only save one?

Bet you don't answer.. and we all know why when you don't... carry on...

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#12491 Nov 28, 2012
It's interesting that even the vegetarian society say on their website that vitamin B12 is not available in any plant food and vegans need to take supplements or eat fortified food to remain healthy. They also specifically warn breastfeeding vegan mothers that their children may be at risk of B12 deficiency. The fact is that veganism is not a natural or sustainable diet for a human without artificial supplements.

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#12493 Nov 28, 2012
All kids I know (non-vegan) seem to not be obsessed with food...
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Paige now believes that her children were craving dairy products. "It was confusing because for the first year I felt good, calm and content, and had plenty of energy. The children didn't have childhood sicknesses. But something seemed to be missing. We were always picking between meals, always obsessed by food."

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#12494 Nov 28, 2012
(more from the article)

Now when Paige looks at her two youngest, now seven and eight she is certain they are thriving. "There was a moment when I was worried damage had been done for life," she says. "Now, I'm confident they are doing well. Even though they eat as much fruit and dried fruit as before, their teeth haven't had one bit more decay."

And nowadays, it's their growth that's the big talking point. "The first thing anyone says when they visit is:'My, haven't they grown?'"

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#12495 Nov 28, 2012
I just want it to be known, that I love my children VERY VERY VERY much,,, so much in fact, that I want the best for them, and will do so even if it were to go against my beliefs!!!(food people,, don't get carried away with the comment)

I want my children to be strong, healthy, and happy, and I will increase their chances of that with a PROPER diet that consists of all the food groups..

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#12496 Nov 28, 2012
Nutrients that everyone needs

B12

Because this vitamin is mainly found in meat, dairy products and eggs, vegans must get it from other sources such as supplements, fortified breakfast cereals and Marmite. Deficiency can lead to irreversible nervous system damage.

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#12497 Nov 28, 2012
Calcium

Found in dairy products, this is essential for strong bones. It is often lacking in a vegan diet unless taken as supplement.

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#12498 Nov 28, 2012
You know it's not natural when you can't survive too well without supplements!

Supplements aren't "natural"

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#12499 Nov 28, 2012
Protein

High-biological-value protein is found in meat, fish, eggs and dairy products. Low-biological-value protein is found in nuts, pulses and wholegrains. Separately, the latter don't contain all the essential amino acids, but do when combined correctly. Knowledge of which foods to mix together is therefore crucial.
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#12500 Nov 28, 2012
R C Honey wrote:
<quoted text>Do you not know the definition of involve?
BTW, I read this somewhere, would you save your dog or a baby, if you could only save one?
Bet you don't answer.. and we all know why when you don't... carry on...
Do you not know the meaning of: we are making fun of you?? You have the pitiful need to try and make yourself seem important, when all you are is a witless, rambling, mentally disturbed wretched BORE who screams for attention. There, honey boo boo, I just threw you some crumbs.

You're welcome.
Oh and shove the insane and witless troll regurgitation about the dog and baby up your flabby old ass. Only idiots who can't refute intelligently mimic that asinine overused dog baby nonsense. Get out of la-la land you wretched BORE, the real world doesn't make up asinine scenarios. Get the psychiatric help you need and quit making an ass of yourself.

Gonna flail about, beg and post more corpse recipes are ya?? How unsurprising. ta-ta, wretched BORE.

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#12501 Nov 28, 2012
Calories

Although childhood obesity is an issue today, not enough calories can mean children don't grow properly. This can be a problem in high-fibre diets.
hunters are COWARDS

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#12503 Nov 28, 2012
hey wretched BORE-just stfu already. Make the call to your nearest and best PSYCHIATRIST and quit spewing your mental illness all over topix. You are effing pathetic. You know NOTHING about being VEGAN. It takes INTELLIGENCE to be vegan and that's why you morons struggle. Hope that helps.
Gonna post some corpse recipes? Of course you are, because you are and always will be a witless, wretched BORE.

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#12504 Nov 28, 2012
A vegan diet is not suitable for infants and young children, as this is a time of rapid growth and development when a good supply of energy and nutrients is particularly important. Parents must be aware of the particular nutritional deficiencies that may occur. A child´s diet should include enough energy to assure healthy growth and development, iron to prevent anaemia, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D and calcium to prevent bone disease as well as sufficient fat and amino acids. Vegetarian diets can lead to vitamin and protein deficiencies, so care must be taken that nutritional needs are met. Therefore we recommend that very young children and babies should not eat a strict vegan diet. Furthermore this is the age when food tastes are learned, so giving your child the chance to explore a variety of tastes and textures is important to future likes and dislikes.

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#12505 Nov 28, 2012
hunters are COWARDS wrote:
<quoted text>Do you not know the meaning of: we are making fun of you?? You have the pitiful need to try and make yourself seem important, when all you are is a witless, rambling, mentally disturbed wretched BORE who screams for attention. There, honey boo boo, I just threw you some crumbs.
You're welcome.
Oh and shove the insane and witless troll regurgitation about the dog and baby up your flabby old ass. Only idiots who can't refute intelligently mimic that asinine overused dog baby nonsense. Get out of la-la land you wretched BORE, the real world doesn't make up asinine scenarios. Get the psychiatric help you need and quit making an ass of yourself.
Gonna flail about, beg and post more corpse recipes are ya?? How unsurprising. ta-ta, wretched BORE.
Like I typed before,, told ya you wouldn't answer, and again everyone knows why.

As far as the rest of the stuff,, whatever

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#12506 Nov 28, 2012
hunters are COWARDS wrote:
hey wretched BORE-just stfu already.
no

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#12507 Nov 28, 2012
Vitamin B12 is found only in foods of animal origin – meat, dairy, eggs, or fish.

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#12508 Nov 28, 2012
Dangers of Vegetarian & Vegan Diets Long-Term
Posted on July 17, 2008 by JINI in Health and Gut Stuff

I often get emails from my readers who are vegetarian or vegan and struggling to heal. Much as I respect the ideological and environmental motivators for veggie diets, in physical terms, they are simply not good (long-term) for the human body.
Vegetarian diets can be very useful short-term for healing from certain types of cancers, or as a detox. But for a healthy long-term, daily diet, you need to get some animal-source nutrients – especially animal fats.

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#12509 Nov 28, 2012
A vegan diet is equally dangerous for weaned babies and toddlers, who need plenty of protein and calcium. Too often, vegans turn to soy, which actually inhibits growth and reduces absorption of protein and minerals. That’s why health officials in Britain, Canada and other countries express caution about soy for babies.

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#12510 Nov 28, 2012
An adult who was well-nourished in utero and in infancy may choose to get by on a vegan diet, but babies are built from protein, calcium, cholesterol and fish oil. Children fed only plants will not get the precious things they need to live and grow.

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