Does The Raw Foods Diet Cause Impotence and Infertility?

In this video clip, I describe why the raw food items diet regime is scam and anti-human diet, how eating uncooked foodstuff can make you impotent and infertile, why eating cooked foo…
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5 Thoughts on “Does The Uncooked Meals Diet program Result in Impotence and Infertility?

  1. ASTR0WIG on August 24, 2014 at 12:05 am said:

    I’m not against animal foods I just put on weight whenever I consume them
    more than 2-3 days in a row. I cannot eat dairy because I have a
    sensitivity, but suffer rapid weight gain from foods like fish, eggs &c. By
    the way I’m 30 lbs. overweight, I’m not anorexic, and all my foods are
    whole foods. The fact is: Saturated Fats are Fattening, that’s why the
    wealthy people in former centuries (the ones who ate the most meat and got
    gouty) were fat and the poor were thin. The poor consumed few saturated

  2. CharlesTRose on August 24, 2014 at 12:30 am said:

    You nailed it, I’ve been telling people this for years. I’m sure you will
    get lots of comments from the religious vegans.

  3. VeggiePharm on August 24, 2014 at 1:28 am said:

    “Doctor,” I must inform you that not having a period and being infertile
    are two totally different things. Ovulation is not dependent on
    Menstruation. There are many women who have been raw vegans and didn’t get
    “regular” periods and had no problem having children. Also women who aren’t
    vegans at all but have irregular periods (they may go 3-6 mos without
    bleeding) have been more fertile then women with cycles every 28 days like
    clockwork. You may mean well, but you have no idea what you are talking

  4. istofal on August 24, 2014 at 1:32 am said:

    The raw food diet has helped many people. I don’t think its a scam and I
    think its something people should at least give a try if they are suffering
    from health issues.

  5. BigBlak African on August 24, 2014 at 1:34 am said:

    you look like a vegan. sorry

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