Friday, May 30


When they don't involve animal cruelty, religious food laws can come in handy: "following the fasting regimes laid down by the Greek Orthodox Church could reduce your chances of suffering from heart disease, claims a recent article in BMC Public Health." Wow. Check it out - the benefits of this "fast" really are pretty inarguable. Huh. So, what is this "Orthodox Christians" diet? Here it is - "the faithful are advised to avoid meat, eggs and dairy products," - wait, that sounds familiar - "and eating fish is not allowed on Wednesdays and Fridays." Ohhhhhh, that's right: That diet that produces lasting benefits to bodily health. IT'S CALLED VEGANISM.

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