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  • Reposted from @garyyourofsky -  That B12 propaganda ( don't be fooled ) .
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Meat eaters in general are far more deficient than any vegans that is because they are not even aware that their body requires it and cooking destroys most of the b12 in their food anyway . .
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According to Marieb's 'Human Anatomy and Physiology', vitamin B12 can be destroyed by highly alkaline and highly acid conditions.  This assumes that the B12 in meat would be easily destroyed because the hydrochloric acid in our stomachs during the digestion of meat is highly acidic. This may explain why meat-eaters are likely to have a B12 deficiency - even though their diet contains vitamin B12.  Also, another problem for meat-eaters is that there are normally antiobiotics in meat plus the fact that many meat-eaters destroy their friendly bacteria in their intestines by constant putrefaction and the putrefactive bacteria naturally present in meat will give the body a hard time.  So, the damaged intestines may not function well enough to enable adequate vitamin B12 levels to be asborbed. .
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#veganhealth #ketodiet #paleodiet #cleaneating #healthyeating #vegansoninstagram #vegan #healthyvegan #animallover #animallovers #vegans #newvegan #healthylifestyle #plantbased #plantbasednutrition - #regrann  #healthandfitness #veganguy #vegangirl #healthyhabits Reposted from @garyyourofsky - That B12 propaganda ( don't be fooled ) . . Meat eaters in general are far more deficient than any vegans that is because they are not even aware that their body requires it and cooking destroys most of the b12 in their food anyway . . . According to Marieb's 'Human Anatomy and Physiology', vitamin B12 can be destroyed by highly alkaline and highly acid conditions.  This assumes that the B12 in meat would be easily destroyed because the hydrochloric acid in our stomachs during the digestion of meat is highly acidic. This may explain why meat-eaters are likely to have a B12 deficiency - even though their diet contains vitamin B12.  Also, another problem for meat-eaters is that there are normally antiobiotics in meat plus the fact that many meat-eaters destroy their friendly bacteria in their intestines by constant putrefaction and the putrefactive bacteria naturally present in meat will give the body a hard time.  So, the damaged intestines may not function well enough to enable adequate vitamin B12 levels to be asborbed. . . #veganhealth #ketodiet #paleodiet #cleaneating #healthyeating #vegansoninstagram #vegan #healthyvegan #animallover #animallovers #vegans #newvegan #healthylifestyle #plantbased #plantbasednutrition - #regrann #healthandfitness #veganguy #vegangirl #healthyhabits
  • Reposted from @garyyourofsky - That B12 propaganda ( don't be fooled ) . . Meat eaters in general are far more deficient than any vegans that is because they are not even aware that their body requires it and cooking destroys most of the b12 in their food anyway . . . According to Marieb's 'Human Anatomy and Physiology', vitamin B12 can be destroyed by highly alkaline and highly acid conditions.  This assumes that the B12 in meat would be easily destroyed because the hydrochloric acid in our stomachs during the digestion of meat is highly acidic. This may explain why meat-eaters are likely to have a B12 deficiency - even though their diet contains vitamin B12.  Also, another problem for meat-eaters is that there are normally antiobiotics in meat plus the fact that many meat-eaters destroy their friendly bacteria in their intestines by constant putrefaction and the putrefactive bacteria naturally present in meat will give the body a hard time.  So, the damaged intestines may not function well enough to enable adequate vitamin B12 levels to be asborbed. . . #veganhealth #ketodiet #paleodiet #cleaneating #healthyeating #vegansoninstagram #vegan #healthyvegan #animallover #animallovers #vegans #newvegan #healthylifestyle #plantbased #plantbasednutrition - #regrann #healthandfitness #veganguy #vegangirl #healthyhabits
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