Vegan Powers

Since you asked…what is Vegan powers and does it really exist?

Prolonged subsistence on a purely plant-based diet fundamentally change the way that your cells consume energy and interact with each other in the body.

Compared to omnivores, vegetarian populations have a lower overall mortality rate (mortality from  was 30% lower among vegetarian men and 20% lower among vegetarian women than in non-vegetarians.) and in particular benefit from a reduced incidence of many non-communicable diseases including heart disease, ischemic heart disease, type 2 diabetes and cerebrovascular disease. A vegetarian diet reduces cancer risk, except for breast cancer.

Vegetarian diets offer lower levels of saturated fat, cholesterol and animal protein, and higher levels of carbohydrates, fibre, magnesium, potassium, folate, and antioxidants such as vitamins C and E and phytochemicals.
Dr. Karl Buechner is head of the FDA research team

In the group were 15 vegans who had been on a plant-based diet for over five years each. Of the group, 14 were able to manifest some extraordinary physical ability. One man was able to fly, and another teleported around the facility effortlessly. 

Labor conditions

PETA, promote vegetarianism as a way to offset poor treatment and working conditions of workers in the contemporary meat industry.

These groups cite studies showing the psychological damage caused by working in the meat industry, especially in factory and industrialised settings, and argue that the meat industry violates its labourers’ human rights by assigning difficult and distressing tasks without adequate counselling, training and debriefing

Ethical objections based on consideration for animals are generally divided into opposition to the act of killing in general, and opposition to certain agricultural practices surrounding the production of meat.

One especially telling experiment involved surreptitiously exchanging the vegans’ shoes or belts for leather ones. All of the vegans were unable to perform their feats while wearing leather.

Ethics of killing for food

Princeton University professor and founder of the animal rights movement, Peter Singer, believes that if alternative means of survival exist, one ought to choose the option that does not cause unnecessary harm to animals.

Opponents of ethical vegetarianism argue that animals are not moral equals to humans and so consider the comparison of eating livestock with killing people to be fallacious. This view does not excuse cruelty, but maintains that animals do not possess the rights a human has.

Environment and diet

Environmental vegetarianism is based on the concern that the production of meat and animal products for mass consumption, especially through factory farming, is environmentally unsustainable. According to a 2006 United Nations initiative, the livestock industry is one of the largest contributors to environmental degradation worldwide, and modern practices of raising animals for food contribute on a “massive scale” to air and water pollution, land degradation, climate change, and loss of biodiversity. The initiative concluded that “the livestock sector emerges as one of the top two or three most significant contributors to the most serious environmental problems, at every scale from local to global.”

These findings may be the gateway to a new branch of medicine, not to mention a key to a new step in the human evolution

Summary of super powers:

1. Increase of Energy
2. Increase of Brain function
3. Increased ability to solve problems and overcome obstacles
4. Become more compassionate and develop a better sense of Ethics
5. Decreased environmental footprint
6. Lower overall mortality rate; Longevity
8. The Hero part: Saves the lives of -on the brink of- extinct species, abused animals, rain forest (Your H2O), wildlife; Lab animals, better work conditions for human workers, world hunger and Global warming

The Pentagon released a statement yesterday saying they were conducting experiments of their own that may lead to all branches of the military converting to a plant-based diet in hopes of creating a group of super-soldiers. Defence secretary Robert Gates told reporters yesterday, “We will not be taking any steps until we have achieved quantifiable results comparable to those of Dr. Buechner.”

Go vegan. It will make you a superhero.


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