“Vegans. they are too weak and too low energy to train me. ” The man who spoke these words is Ido Portal, an incredibly talented individual who has mastered the art of movement. But why he would say such a thing? This is what I want to talk about today. The reason I say “ends the debate” because it has become more about the identities and excitement than any scientific or knowledge based.
stop the fight between types of diet
As you can see in the video below, Ido said these words during a Skype call with a guy who follows the diet 80 / 10/10. Clearly he has not seen Frank Medrano.
The reason why we fight it is because we identify with it and then become emotional about it. Someone says something and amass ourselves in that crowd and immediately take it as a personal attack.
No matter what side you’re on, does it make sense to judge another person because of food they are eating? Do you really know the way of the other person and why the way they do eat? Is it possible that maybe someday could adjust your diet to be like yours? And it would be better to make a person?
The reality is that ignorance on both sides of “diet wars” is amazing. You have people like Ido saying vegans may not be strong and are not fit enough to train with him and has vegan or vegetarians who eat meat could say are enemies of animals to die young because of their choices.
Either way, no perception or opinion has a purpose and both can be very wrong.
It’s okay to talk about it, but the Perspective
switch I myself do not eat meat or dairy products. My diet is more or less considered vegetarian but not 100% strict. But my name is not vegan? Not because? Because I choose to eat what I feel I keep healthy and that’s just the way I look. Also it decides not consume animal products, because I do not want to support it. But I do not judge anyone who does. Nor do I call myself anything because the “diet war” has created a negative stigma in various types of diet, due to ignorance and lack of attention to the understanding of others, which calls itself something that can create some really awkward social moments, and that’s a sad thing.
No matter what kind of diet you follow, discover information for itself before generating opinions and judge others. I’ve heard so many stories of “this person tried this diet and sick” I could write an encyclopedia. The challenge is that most of the time people try different diets are not doing it “right” to begin. Too much food, too little, unbalanced, overly processed foods, etc.
The truth is that until we educate ourselves on all the implications, health, environment and social, of our diet we are simply talking about an area without education often emotional returns. As with any solution, even if we realize what is better for all of us as a whole route, does it make sense to cast out others who do not follow the new understandings?
Recall that in the background, we are all the same. All human beings and we are all here for the same purpose. If it is something like diet or even a political point of view, leaving aside differences and simply accept the other. Talk about things, learn from each other, be open, get things moving, but let’s stop fighting about who is right or wrong. It’s not helping much of anything.
Author Bio: Joe Martino I created CE 5 years ago and have been largely in him since. I love to inspire others to find joy and make changes in their lives. Surely the only other thing I am this is passionate about baseball.