Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Meatwad make the money see. Meatwad get the honeys G

According to a study just published in Nature, meat and animal products in the diet are vital to proper development in children. In this two year study, Kenyan school children one control stayed on their normal diet while other groups were given either 60 grams of meat, a cup of milk or the equivalent energy in vegetable oil. The results of the study were that the group fed the meat had 80% more muscle in their upper arms versus no supplement, while the milk group had 40% more than the group with no supplement. In addition, the group with the meat supplement outperformed their peers in tests of intelligence, problem solving and arithmatic.

"There's absolutely no question that it's unethical for parents to bring up their children as strict vegans." -Lindsay Allen-University of California, Davis - Author of the study

Well, the only thing I want to know is why I ended up being so short and skinny? I guess I'll have to supplement my diet with an additional double-double from In-N-Out Burger each week.