Former vegan Bear Grylls now says he is “against vegetables” — and mainly eats meat

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Bear Grylls said he was against vegetables.Bensims / NBC / NBCU Photo Bank

  • Formerly vegan, Bear Grylls says he avoids eating vegetables.

  • “Man vs. Wild” star said GQ He mainly eats animal foods and claims that raw vegetables are not good for his health without evidence.

  • Substantial studies have shown that vegetables are beneficial in preventing disease and improving health.

Bear Grylls wants everyone to know that he is an anti-vegetable.

Celebrity survival player and star of “Man vs. Wild” said GQ He switched from Vegan food To CarnivoreHe consumes lean meat, dairy products and fruits.

“It’s very good for nuts, and for grains, wheat, and vegetables,” Grills said. “My lunch is meat, eggs, dairy products, lots of butter, and fruits. I probably have liver every other day.”

Grylls told GQ that when he caught COVID-19, he got a “huge kidney” by eating lots of juice and vegetables. Kidney pain can occur when you have pee or when you have kidney stones. This can result from dehydration and a high-sodium diet. Mayo When Cleveland clinic.

In an interview, Grilles claims that raw vegetables are “not really good for you” without evidence, and believes that the human body is designed to eat meat for evolution-thoroughly. Uncovered by researchers..

Like Joe Rogan, Grills prefers a carnivore lifestyle, but it has its drawbacks.

Carnivorous diets have become more and more popular in recent years. Joe Rogan Praised how to eat and continued for a month Vegetables fast At the beginning of the year.

Meat and animal products A good source of protein And you can Providing essential nutrients, Too much meat It can cause gastrointestinal problems, dehydration, and drowsiness.

Studies don’t just suggest eating vegetables Protect yourself from death Reduces the risk of other illnesses from cancer and heart disease and improves vegetables happiness By helping with better mental health, sleep, energy and digestion.

A Mediterranean diet, or a diet high in vegetables, whole grains, and nuts, is consistent. Panel of nutrition and illness experts..

According to, raw fruits and some vegetables can exacerbate the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome Cleveland ClinicHowever Harvard Vegetable refractory fiber states that it can calm irritable bowel syndrome in people without IBS.Vegetables can also relieve or prevent constipation and help prevent it DiverticulitisOr inflammation of the colon wall.

“There is no evidence to suggest that vegetables cause illness,” said a registered dietitian. Heidi Bates said In a post from McGill University’s Office for Science and Society. “In fact, the opposite is true. There is excess evidence linking vegetable consumption to a reduced risk of heart disease, stroke, and stroke. Diabetes, obesity, certain types of cancer.. “

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