By now, we’ve seen countless news reports of the Trump administration’s new policy on veganism.
It’s called the Vegans for Trump initiative and it was announced at the State of the Union address last month.
The aim of this initiative is to educate Americans about the health benefits of eating vegan food.
It includes a list of scientific studies that debunk the “Vegans’ War on Us.”
There’s a long list of them, but let’s just get to the meat and veggie part of the list.
Here’s the meat-eating part of it.
The first study is a meta-analysis of the health impacts of animal products on humans, with a focus on the consumption of animal protein and fats.
This meta-study, published in the journal PLoS One in 2017, showed that animal protein consumption was associated with an increased risk of chronic diseases and mortality.
Researchers then compared the impact of animal and plant-based diets in a number of studies, with the results showing that, on average, a vegan diet was associated to a reduction in chronic diseases.
But what does this mean for vegans?
Well, it’s a bit like comparing apples and oranges.
You may find them to be similar, but when it comes to health, there’s a lot more difference between the two.
For example, a recent study showed that, in comparison to the consumption patterns of omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans, the vegans had a lower incidence of chronic conditions, such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.
This study is the first to show a clear link between the consumption pattern of vegans and their higher risk of developing chronic diseases, and, interestingly, the vegan diet actually had an impact on their health.
A similar study showed a reduction of risk for the same number of chronic disease conditions, but with a greater reduction in the number of deaths.
In other words, it looks like veganism has health benefits, but it’s not as effective at protecting your health as you think.
Now, it is true that animal products are not the only ones causing health problems.
But this is a problem that can be reduced by focusing on the health of the plant-life.
This is a big part of what the Vegers for Trump campaign is about.
Vegers for Donald Trump are going to get together with people in their communities to promote a more plant-centric diet.
They’re going to ask for input on the best way to promote plant-focused food.
They’re going have a meeting in their community to discuss how to promote this healthier diet.
And they’re going ask people to sign up for Vegers of America.
That’s what they’re aiming for, and they’ve already received over 3,000 signatures so far.
And, in fact, the Vegists for Trump website says that their goal is to build a national, national organization that will “take the fight to the animal rights extremists who are waging a campaign to take our food away.”
I don’t know if I can help but feel that vegans are going places in the world right now that are making a difference.
And so far, they’re succeeding.
Vegers For Donald Trump is already on Facebook and Twitter, and the group has over 50,000 members.
They’ve also got a Facebook page with over 40,000 likes and a YouTube channel with over 5 million subscribers.
If this sounds like a movement that’s already started, well, you’re right.
I think we can all agree that vegans are a growing movement.
I also think it’s worth pointing out that they’re growing fast.
The Vegan Society of America says that in 2016, veganism accounted for 0.9% of the U.S. population.
By 2020, it would be 1.5%.
That’s a significant increase.
According to the Pew Research Center, one in five Americans are vegan.
So, I would be surprised if the Vegors for Trump movement is going to go away anytime soon.
So, as you can see, vegers have a lot to offer the rest of us.
It doesn’t matter how much veg you eat, or how much meat you eat.
If you care about your health, it won’t matter if you’re a vegan or not.
And if you have a problem with eating meat or dairy, or you just want to know how to get started, there are vegan food resources available to you.