Has anyone else read this?

Has anyone else read this? Topic: Human resource research articles
July 21, 2019 / By Alen
Question: This was on the Yahoo! home page. More young people go the vegetarian route: http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/2007... I think the most interesting part of the article was this: About 3% of adults are vegetarians, says Reed Mangels, nutrition adviser for the Vegetarian Research Group, in Baltimore. But she says as many as 10% of adults consider themselves vegetarians, even though they may eat fish or chicken occasionally. This basically means the majority of people claiming to be vegetarians... aren't (a 70-30 split by these figures). ... and... Kaayla Daniel [...] says, "I do think children will grow better on a high-quality omnivorous diet." The mother of two meat-eating children says human teeth and digestive systems prove we were designed to eat both animal and vegetable foods. Kind of seems like one big backhanded complement to me. Your thoughts? "A girl named Sam" beat me to this question... go check out her's at http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;...
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Tamela Tamela | 6 days ago
The definition of "vegetarian" means exclusion of all animal flesh (no fish, poultry, shellfish, etc.) according to Vegetarian Times, the Vegetarian Resource Group, and the American Dietetic Association. I don't understand why so many people insist on calling themselves vegetarian when they aren't. I'm happy that the article acknowledged that.
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Rexanne Rexanne
thought it was a little biased toward the anti-veggie side.. but It was an okay article I guess. Yeah.. there needs to be a major campaign to clarify (NOT CHANGE) the definition of "vegetarian" and "meat" so that people will stop thinking that fish is NOT meat or that vegetarians can eat fish.. THere's a definition for vegetarian!! Been there over 100 years. I personally don't want to see it gradually changed so more people can join in the "Fad" without really committing to eating meat-free..
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Mildred Mildred
I used to be a vegetarian, so I'm totally sympathetic, but my opinion now is that if we were meant to be herbivores rather than omnivores, everyone would be vegetarian. Also, you can blame the whole people calling themselves vegs when they are not on the animal rights industry. They distribute pamphlets saying there are levels to vegetarianism. For example, a person who eats eggs, dairy and fish is "lacto ovo" vegetarian. It's weird, but just a different way of looking at it than you.
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Liane Liane
I was just reading the article too. Shelly----it's interesting to read your words. It is exactly the same thing I was saying regarding the vegans and all of you said I was wrong. "I personally don't want to see it gradually changed so more people can join in the "Fad""------Exactly my point on vegans but I was too late. I hope you aren't. Thankfully, the article also brings health risks into focus: "Kaayla Daniel, a clinical nutritionist in Albuquerque and author of The Whole Soy Story: The Dark Side of America's Favorite Health Food," Non-fermented soy has it's benefits, but dangers as well. Maybe when folks start hearing it from clinical nutritionists, doctors and scientists instead of little ol' me, they'll start to acknowledge the facts.
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Julie Julie
I'm trying to join the vegitatrian scean. And I think we should be able to choose whats best for us and our bodies, so I'll sneak in some bacon. ;)
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