Joe Rogan | Almost All Vegans Go Back to Eating Meat w/Cameron Hanes

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  • at 10:28 pm

    I eat meat. But, how come Joe never tells facts about not eating meat. Being vegetarian or vegan isn’t chalked with negative side effects.

  • at 9:14 pm

    Hey. Ex vegetarian here. Back to eating meat. I feel more alive, healthy and happy and my muscles healed. One question though. If vegans care so much for the animals, then why are they more focused saving common animals like chickens rather than endangered animals in the wildlife!? Wouldn’t saving wildlife like trees, animals and they’re homes be more sensible step to saving the environment? Just me? Okay.

  • at 8:42 pm

    the thing that vegans completly forgot or ignore is the human species survived due to the fact that we eat both meat and vegetables
    the vegetarian specie disapeared so was the carnivore ones

  • at 9:02 pm

    Yeah, tends to happen when they get older than 18.

  • at 2:00 pm

    Lobster, shrimp and crabs, are water insects, i just can't lol, gimme a steak!

  • at 1:40 am

    Shrimp are heartless and soulless just look into their beady black empty eyes.
    But, why are people, such ignorant idiots? People are too privileged in their too easy lives.
    Ethical and sustainable farming is the best kind of farming.
    These retarded vegans need to go protest the industrial farms.

  • at 4:42 pm

    I wished that most of the cultivated land was being harvested for human consumption. Unfortunately, a disproportionate amount of the global crops grown are fed to the tens of billions of animals that are slaughtered annually. Among them, cows and pigs weigh and eat disproportionately more than the human population of just 8 billion. Similarly, the Amazon is being cleared for soy to feed cows for slaughter. Not to feed humans.

  • at 9:14 pm

    if a hunter is taught correctly by his father or father figure, he respects his kill and realizes that its sacrifice is what keeps his family alive. the proper hunter loves his kill and also knows he will never be able to repay his debt owed to the animal. but thus is a fact of life and in the afterlife when we arrive we know it wasnt evil, as does the animal.

  • at 7:49 am

    Elk meat is the best meat you'll ever eat.

  • at 4:28 pm

    So let me get this straight, you bond with the animal by murdering it? Oh, OK. I’m sure they feel that special bond. Amazing how people will justify blatant and unnecessary acts of violence upon another sentient being who doesn’t want to die for your pleasures.

  • at 4:24 pm

    Just started eating meat again after a year of being vegetarian. I'm already faster on the bike.

  • at 6:39 am

    Some do, I did i was plant based 4.5 felt amazing until i felt weak at the end ate meat again got strength but gained alot of body fat from being fot as hell with v line abs… going back to plant based last week im already seeing definition and having more energy again. I think when my strength stalls ill eat more fish. One thing i forgot to add was , i was training twice a day almost every day ( gym addict) and i probobly burnt myself out and still wanted to train all the time but my body couldnt handle it ..literally no breaks . This time around i think ill work out once a day 1 day off ..i did that 4.5 years until i couldnt..i blamed plant based diet..i think i was wrong .ill report back after a few months of being plant based again.

  • at 10:17 pm

    The title is extremely false.

  • at 8:11 pm

    Rogan always loses these arguments

  • at 7:23 pm

    When you have a "relationship" with something, you nurture it, appreciate it, love it, you respect and honor
    its' life– by not murdering it. You do not need to murder your dog or cat in order to have a special relationship with it.
    Your anger would flare if someone shot your dog, or skinned it in front of you, or put an apple in its' mouth and brought it to the thanksgiving table. A fair fight is where both parties have an EQUAL chance at something, thats' a sport. Stalking a gentle animal trying to live its' life in nature is not a sport, its' murder– called hunting. The animal has no chance against a high powered rifle
    or bow and arrow. Studies show that hunters have low self=esteem, low masculinity, and make up for these issues by being
    the bully totally in control. Hunted animals are victims, so hunters, are victimizers. Hunters get a rise in self esteem and
    sexual highs when they kill. Unfortunately, similar habits to psychopaths and serial killers, who also have no empathy or compassion for their victims, and also enjoy what they do.. It is true, most humans buy the dead carcass in the market and consume it without
    any empathy or compassion. Eating the flesh and blood of dead animals is an addiction for most humans. The need to kill is a
    disturbing part of some humans enjoyment. Yet these same humans would angrily and fiercely defend their own animals
    and family if they were ever threatened in any way. And justify hunting with every excuse imaginable, like "conservation". I doubt anything I say or show will change someone's enjoyment at killing, and that need to dominate and control anothers' life. Peace be with you.

  • at 2:58 pm

    It's not only the animals what do you think about all the bad carma you comsume it's a spiritual thing.

  • at 10:30 pm

    I was vegan for four years. Then I was in the forward Ukrainian trenches with special operations detachment Azov, the heroes of Mariupol. They were having a steak bbq my first night on the front line, so I made the choice to eat the same food as them so that I didn’t seem like an outsider. That was my decision as a dedicated photographer. I often eat vegetarian and vegan now, whenever I want, and if I want to go full vegan again, I will. And I won’t care what any meat head back home living his comfortable life says about me.

  • at 2:43 am

    I eat vegan some days, and add a little protein some days with meat (and yes, I know I can get protein from plant sources 🙄). Could care less what anybody else eats. People need to mind their own business. Leave folks alone with whatever they want to eat. Geez.

  • at 5:35 am

    joe is seriously misinformed about the agriculture aspect, raising animals is FAR worse for the soil, water and climate change overall than corn fields.

  • at 3:18 pm

    All these vegans forget that the amazon rainforest is knocked down to farm soy, it's covered in pesticides, herbicides and fungicides that ruin the ecosystem, the phytoestrogens make insects infertile, which further sabotages biodiversity, then this 'food' is covered in plastic packaging (since when was that good for the planet?) and flown half way around the world by burning loads of diesel. It's sad that vegans are sabotaging their health based on a marketing scam from the food industry.

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