IN DEFENCE OF VEGANISM // response to ex-vegans

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In this video, I discuss the recent events where vegan influencers have quit veganism and talk about my thoughts as to why this is. I also discuss MY personal experience on a vegan lifestyle for the last (almost) five years.

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“It is the position of the American Dietetic Association that appropriately planned vegetarian diets, including total vegetarian or vegan diets, are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases. Well-planned vegetarian diets are appropriate for individuals during all stages of the life cycle, including pregnancy, lactation, infancy, childhood, and adolescence, and for athletes.” –

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12 thoughts on “IN DEFENCE OF VEGANISM // response to ex-vegans

  1. GUYS I wanna clarify one thing that I don’t think I stressed enough. I don’t want to make it seem like veganism is perfect and beautiful and nothing can ever go wrong. I also don’t want to make it seem like i’m downplaying the health problems people are having. The problem I have is when vegan “diets” get painted with the same brush as if veganism is just one diet. IT’S NOT A DIET. it’s simply the practice of eliminating animal products & exploitation as much as you possibly can.

    According to the American Dietetic Association (linked at the end), a PROPERLY PLANNED vegan diet is nutritionally adequate and healthy for all stages of life. OF COURSE if you don’t follow a proper diet, you’re going to have nutritional deficiencies. WHETHER OR NOT you are vegan. If someone eats nothing but bacon and pancakes every day and has nutritional deficiencies and problems, would people blame the “omnivorous diet”? NO. Just like omnivorous diets are not all created equal, all VEGAN DIETS ARE ALSO NOT CREATED EQUAL. But people automatically jump to the conclusion that vegan diets are inadequate just because someone that just happened to call themselves vegan decided to follow a restrictive diet. Restrictive diets and veganism ARE NOT THE SAME.

    I can call myself a vegan eating instant noodles all day long. I can call myself a vegan and drink nothing but green juice. I can call myself a vegan and eat peanut butter & jelly sandwiches all day. None of these have ANYTHING TO DO with VEGANISM.

    all of this being said, let’s still practice compassion & empathy for our fellow humans instead of assuming the worst and going on a witch hunt.

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    1. Huh, couldn’t respond back as soon as I said I was an ex vegan? You are fully indoctrinated. Glad business is going so well for you.

    2. Perfect testament to choosing veganism or plant based choices without condemning those that choose otherwise. This is how we win the long term with getting folks to choose a more ethical and healthier lifestyle! Thank you! Awesome. 😊😊😊

    3. Well said and thanks for having the courage and assertiveness to share the truth. Love your videos BTW. I support whatever you do!

  2. Rose I so appreciate your words. I have been struggling to stay on track. I now realize it is because I went started with “hclf”. It was fine for about 6 months then I started loosing my hair and never felt satiated. I did start for weight loss but now am doing it for ethical reasons. However, I don’t think it should not be such a challenge and need to think about what I can an can not eat. I like your view on eating what is vegan. I prefer to eat whole foods and should not beat myself up when I eat something processed. I am sure the longer I am vegan I will find what works for me……I could eat your soups all day every day lol Can not wait for your e-book.

  3. Good and timely video!! These, “I’m no longer vegan” youtubers are just terrible. Actually makes me furious. They contribute to the myth that we need animal products to be healthy and it just sets veganism back so much. Uninformed individuals listen to these people and it justifies them thinking veganism is some crazy trend. It blows my mind how anyone can “no longer be vegan”. How can you go back when you know you’re financing animal cruelty, abuse, and slaughter of the most vulnerable. Veganism is too important to let these bubble heads discredit it. Thank you Rose!

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