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Saturday, November 11, 2017

Vegetarian Men are More Depressed - Are Steaks a Treatment? | American Council on Science and Health

From the same dataset that brought you the information that vegetarian mothers create drug-addled children, we learn that vegetarian men are more depressed than their meat-eating brothers. The study, Vegetarian diets and depressive symptoms among men, is in the Journal of Affective Disorders.

via www.acsh.org

Certainly the idea of becoming a vegetarian is depressing, while the idea of slapping a large rib eye on the grill inspires a certain hunger and satisfaction, especially if accompanied by thoughts of a robust Cabernet. Chicken a bit less, though barbecue is similarly enticing. Salmon doesn't do it for me anymore, but I'll eat seared tuna any day. Hamburgers can be exquisite. One could go on.

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Bonkers people are disproportionally likely to become vegetarian? Isn't that consistent with common observation?

Posted by: dearieme | Nov 12, 2017 4:14:38 AM

"vegetarian mothers create drug-addled children": or bonkers women are disproportionally likely to become vegetarian and also to have bonkers children who will become drug-addled. Does a veggie diet imposed on children further raise their risk of being bonkers?

Posted by: dearieme | Nov 12, 2017 4:18:48 AM

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