Woman: Born Carnivore
Many vegan women are prone to symptoms such as obesity, hypertension, and premature aging.
A recent study in Taiwan showed that this was because they had “metabolism syndrome.”
“Metabolism syndrome” refers to a series of comorbidities caused by abnormal metabolism.
Often, three out of five correction indicators for waist circumference, blood pressure, triglycerides, high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, and fasting blood glucose appear to be above the standard, indicating that a “metabolism syndrome” may have occurred.
It is a precursor to diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Studies have shown that women who eat vegan food for a long time, supplement human body protein, protein, and imbalance of trace amounts cause indigestion, decreased memory, decreased immunity, impaired endocrine and metabolic functions, and are prone to anemia and tumors.
In addition, long-term vegetarian diet will cause reduced stomach acid and digestive enzymes, reduce taste, and cause loss of appetite; the peroxide produced by unsaturated fatty acids in vegetable oils will combine with human proteins to form lipofuscin, which is deposited in the body and will accelerate women’s aging.