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Top Ten Benefits of a Vegan Diet

I have complied a list of the top ten benefits of a Vegan diet with some supporting evidence. Of course there are many more benefits of a Vegan diet than the ones listed here but I think these are the top ones that can be scientifically proven.

1. Increased intelligence
2. More attractive looking
3. Longer lifespan
4. Increased strength and agility
5. Ethical superiority
6. Increased virility
7. Wealth and success
8. Night vision
9. Animals love you
10. Slim and healthy

Hard Facts
Carl Lewis credits his outstanding results at the 1992 Olympics to his Vegan diet after winning 10 gold medals.  Before becoming Vegan Lewis was happy to come in 6th place but with the superior strength and agility than comes with a Vegan diet Lewis started kicking ass. It was claimed  at his peak Lewis could run faster then a horse and jump further than a frog.


May 25, 2008 at 9:20 am 7 comments

Meat Compromises Bladder Integrity or You Just Pissed Your Pants

The latest research by leading urine specialists has revealed that the consumption of animal flesh “meat” for food can have a weakening effect on your bladder. Whether it’s pig, cow, chicken or fish corpses that are eaten they all appear to have a negative effect on the bladder.  Doctor Casey a leading specialist explains, “Different animals have different renal physiologies depending on their need to retain water. Human kidneys are not that effective – even the most concentrated human urine is relatively dilute. When a human being eats meat the effect is it upsets this delicate balance of electrolytes in the body causing the bladder to weaken and in result you piss in your pants. The most effective solution is a vegan diet unless you want to smell of urine all your life.”


April 12, 2008 at 12:32 pm 8 comments

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