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Olivia explains how and why veganism is a dangerous diet that leads to malnutrition and disease.

Olivia shares her experience of being vegan for 16 years and her journey of nourishment and recovery. veganism is a dangerous diet that leads to malnutrition, sickness and conditions such as depression, anxiety, fatigue, anorexia, bulimia, and chronic disease. Olivia talks about her experience healing her gut with Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride’s fantastic healing protocol Gut and Psychology Syndrome, GAPS. She goes into some detail as to the most severe and common nutritional deficiencies suffered by vegans and unhealthy vegetarians such as Vitamin B12, Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin K and Zinc deficiency. She also explains why initially vegetarians and vegans feel better on plant based diets. Olivia goes into the difference between nourishing animal foods and cleansing plant foods. She not only dispels the myth that a vegan diet is healthy, but she also tackles the myth that a vegan diet is environmentally conscious, explaining why veganism is destructive to both human health and the planet. Many people become vegetarian or vegan for spiritual reasons. Olivia explains what happens at a nutritional level and why religious orders adopted vegetarian diets. There is no such thing as a healthy vegan. The low-fat nature of vegan diets lead to mental illnesses like anorexia, depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder; digestive disorders like constipation, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, bloating and indigestion; allergies; food intolerances, migraines, arthritis, hormonal problems and autoimmune diseases. If you want to understand why veganism is a diet that leads to mental and physical degeneration in humans and how it negatively impacts the environment, watch this video.

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Vegetarianism Explained by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride

The Vegetarian Myth by Lierre Keith:
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Campbell-McBride, Natasha. Vegetarianism explained. Cambridge, England: Medinform, 2017.

Keith, Lierre. The vegetarian myth: food, justice and sustainability. Crescent City, CA: Flashpoint Press, 2009.
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Olivia is not a medical doctor or medical professional of any kind. The information in her videos is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, it is intended to inspire people to help themselves to achieve health and happiness. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors, therapists or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions and health treatments. In the event you use the information in these videos for yourself, you are prescribing for yourself, which is your constitutional right, but Olivia and all content belonging to Happy Now Olivia!, LLC assumes no responsibility for your actions.
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