is a report about apparent longevity in people who are
They apparently live @ 8 years longer than those of us who do not practice this dietary protocol.
Now personally, if you could increase a lifespan by 100 years just be changing your diet, I'd say, "Pass the sprouts!"
But 8 years? And that's 8 years max. There's no guarantee that you automatically live that much longer.
There have been a few threads recently on vegan diets, and for those that espouse that sort of thing, yay for you. If that's what you want, then you
should do it.
We hear all the time of how bad smoking is for you (and it is)
About how bad drinking is for you (and it is)
About how eating meat, salt, fats, trans fats, sugars blahblahblah is bad for you (and it is)
So we can get another 8 years (maybe) of life?
There's no guarantee in life. Genetics, accidents, where you live all play factors as well.
We're only on this little rock for such a short time. Shouldn't we just enjoy (in moderation) all that we can?
I don't endorse bingeing on anything. Binge oreo's and milk could probably kill you.
But live it up! Live your life. Enjoy your life. Worrying
about salt content might kill you faster than the actual "salt content"!
(Eating pastrami tonight, had a steak for lunch, am now sipping on a scotch and smoking a cigarette)