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Jul 06 2015

Vegan Diet Subjects Baby to Severe Malnutrition

Too bad they don’t have warning labels for ideologies. People could be alerted that moonbattery is not safe for children:

The vegan parents of an 11-month-old Italian baby are under investigation after their son was rushed to hospital suffering severe malnutrition.

The couple, who live on the outskirts of the Tuscan city of Pisa, could face charges of abuse over their child, who was taken to Cisanello Hospital in a critical condition.

Doctors said the baby was severely malnourished and showed signs of deficiency in vitamin B12, which is found in foods including fish, meat, eggs and milk.

“He could neither crawl nor sit himself up,” said Giovanni Federico, a paediatrician at the hospital.

The baby’s parents, who are in their early thirties, follow a vegan diet and do not eat meat, eggs or dairy products.

Mr Federico said the baby’s parents had put him on a vegan diet once he began to eat solid foods. …

Mr Federico added: “I think we have to wait until he’s three or four years old to determine whether he’s suffered permanent damage.”

But at least the parents did not exploit any animals, which is required to provide children with a healthy human diet.

On tips from Henry and Bodhisattva.



8 Responses to “Vegan Diet Subjects Baby to Severe Malnutrition”

  1. I like to eat meat, fish, fowl because it makes me feel stronger and healthier. I don’t have a crow’s foot on my face or hardly a wrinkle, so, apparently my mostly paleo diet isn’t harming me one iota or my hair wouldn’t be shiny and healthy and my skin would be a hot mess but instead, it’s quite the opposite.

    Eating a bunch of flour/sugar/grains is what spiked obesity. Remember when ‘fat free’ was the thing? Yeah, fat free and replaced with high sugar.

    Your brain needs fat to survive. Turning people into brainless cows without a second stomach is the ultimate ‘dumbing down’.

    Big, fat idiots with starved brains and huge asses.

    Good job, Assholes. Michelle 0bola is trying to force this shit on American children too with her idiotic ‘standards’.

    Bitch, please.

  2. bigpete says:

    Perhaps people should be required to pass a basic baby care exam prior to having children? But then, I suppose, we’d have to fight to keep the moonbattery out of that too. Poor kid. I wish him well. Hopefully moonbattery is not genetic.

  3. bigpete says:

    Perhaps people should be required to pass a basic baby care exam prior to having children? But then, I suppose, we’d have to fight to keep the moonbattery out of that too. Poor kid. I wish him well. Hopefully moonbattery is not genetic.

  4. Appalled By The World says:

    It needs to start with itself from what I see.

  5. Appalled By The World says:

    It needs to start with itself from what I see.

  6. Right? I don’t know a single person who starts out thinking, “Gee, wouldn’t it be great if I ballooned out to 500 pounds?”

    Unfortunately, it’s habits, like slow little death knells that wreak havoc on the human body. I’ve always been thin, so, granted I don’t know what it’s like to be fat, but, it has got to be miserable. I always wonder how it starts though and when that person keeps expanding, they just ignore it and buy bigger clothes?

    That would scare the ever lovin’ hades outta me if I got that big and didn’t even notice it? I mean, when you’re shopping in the ‘tent maker’ section, would’t that be a tell? When you go for a walk and leave pot-holes? When you roll over in bed and crush your spouse? When you look at a menu and say, “I’ll take it”? Hello, Houston, we have a huge ass problem?”

  7. Frances says:

    Right you are: know a veterinarian who referred to the high-carbohydrate food pyramid as the “feed lot diet”.

  8. Frances says:

    Right you are: know a veterinarian who referred to the high-carbohydrate food pyramid as the “feed lot diet”.


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