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May 28 2019

Veganism Causes Premature Menopause

Veganism is so unhealthy that Europeans are starting to hand out prison sentences to moonbats who subject their children to it (see here and here). It isn’t healthy for adults either. For example, it can result in premature menopause:

Virpi Mikkonen was alarmed by the appearance of a rash on her face.

There were other problems: a bout of flu that was hard to shift; crumbling nails; feeling low; and, most worrying, her periods stopped. A blood test revealed her follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) levels had sky-rocketed to the level at which women hit the menopause. Virpi was 37 and having hot flushes.

Virpi Mikkonen is a champion of veganism from Finland. She has boasts four cookbooks and 164,500 followers on Instagram. Here’s what caused her health problems:

Virpi believed herself to be eating the healthiest of all diets: gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, meat-free, refined sugar-free. And what’s more, she’d built a career inspiring others to eat it, too.

She went to a specialist in Chinese medicine and was told to stop eating so much raw food and to start eating animal products daily. Wisely, she took the advice.

The effects have been dramatic. ‘It’s amazing. I feel energetic, motivated. I’m sleeping better, the hot flushes and aching in my body have stopped.’ Best of all, her periods have returned. She was so relieved she danced round her flat. ‘I thought, OK, now I am back on track.’

Let’s hope the track now takes her in a less moonbatty direction — and that her fans do not punish her apostasy too harshly. Virpi notes that “Vegans can be really judgmental.” That’s for sure:

Dana Shultz, who lives in the U.S. and runs Minimalist Baker, a vegan recipe blog, was inundated with criticism when she announced she was going back to animal products after suffering digestive issues and hair loss.

Jordan Younger, aka The Blonde Vegan, received virulent attacks on social media, including death threats, after she wrote a blog post revealing an eating disorder and her decision to give up veganism.

Don’t get on the wrong track. Stay clear of moonbat fads like veganism.

On a tip from Kate P.




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