"The Game Changers" Vegan sports documentary

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  • It sounded like you were saying you bully her all the time, since you're a meat eater.

    As for the movie.. I'll wait to see what Shredded Sports Science says about it.
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    Edited for clarity :)
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    Clarence Kennedy hits near world record totals for Olympic lifting.... he’s a bloody vegan :)
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  • UnclePsychosisUnclePsychosis Frets: 6392
    As for famous vegan sports stars, i seem to remember both Williams sisters eat vegan diets, and there are several vegan heavyweight boxers. Doubt you'd tell too many of them they weren't strong enough ;-)
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  • musteatbrainmusteatbrain Frets: 575
    I should probably be less flippant than my earlier comment.

    https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/barbend.com/clarence-kennedy-vegan-breakfast/amp/

    Here’s an example of what he eats.
    It looks like a chore, I think it’s possibly easier to stay lean as a vegan. So in power sports that require a certain weight classification to be maintained, it’s no bad thing.
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  • Let's hold up the extreme edges of fitness and extrapolate that out to what and how the general public should be eating. Good game.
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  • SassafrasSassafras Frets: 17261
    When did we become so vociferous and so obsessed with faddy diets?
    Come to that, when did we become so obsessed with food to the point where every other programme on telly is a cookery show and you hear of 'celebrity' chefs being compared to rock or movie stars.
    I couldn't care less what people eat, I just don't want to listen to them whining on about it.
    I was a vegan for 7 or 8 years and I wasn't any healthier or unhealthier than when I was a carnivore.
    No-one lives forever.
    These days I eat a balanced diet and avoid processed crap (which I think is probably the biggest threat to our health).
    I'm not the healthiest person in the world but neither am I on my last legs 
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  • hollywoodroxhollywoodrox Frets: 176
    Dr Frankenstein could be called a body builder 
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  • SNAKEBITESNAKEBITE Frets: 940

    Just mix it up.

    I enjoy vegetarian options, it just makes a change and adds variety.

    Being vegan has gone beyond a moral choice and has become fashionable, with people choosing take offence if you are not one of them.

    For what it's worth I believe it is far more important to choose ethically sourced products.

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  • sinbaadisinbaadi Frets: 874
    VimFuego said:
    VimFuego said:
    not quite sure what the point is here, is it that vegan diets can be healthy? If so, I don't think anyone with half a brain has ever disputed it. But diets containing meat can also be healthy, but with significantly lower levels of sanctimony. 
    Hello, vegan here. My gf is a vegan powerlifter. We are both constantly told that our diets are deficient, don't have enough protein etc etc.
    which is why I said anyone with half a brain. It's so important to actually read what is written and respond to that.
    No you should buy a Veloster!
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  • Modulus_AmpsModulus_Amps Frets: 1177
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    Who gives a flying feck what someone else has for their dinner?
    This is definitely the key issue. Part of society seems to be too worried about what other people are doing when really it doesn't have any impact on them whatsoever
    Just like not caring where another man sticks his penis.. unless its in your wife of course.......   I will get my coat

    I think the vegan bashing is the result of too many vegan adds on facebook, where they show you how to make a vegan burger with a few mushrooms, some yeast of god knows what, fried in something that looks like butter, but is not butter or who actually knows what is in it, with some dairy free cheese that is not actually cheese... WTF are you guys actually eating!!!

    Steve, whom works with me, is a Vegan, he has not bulked up at all and I am pretty sure I can lift more weights than him, so .....this is all a bunch of tosh



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  • MattBansheeMattBanshee Frets: 1040
    SNAKEBITE said:

    Being vegan has gone beyond a moral choice and has become fashionable, with people choosing take offence if you are not one of them.

    Citation required.
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  • DLMDLM Frets: 2064
    SNAKEBITE said:

    Being vegan has gone beyond a moral choice and has become fashionable, with people choosing take offence if you are not one of them.

    Citation required.


    Here you go:

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