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A former vegan has gone viral with a video of himself eating a steak after seven years of not eating meat. Watch below.
Singer Danny Aaron has been experimenting with eating meat, fish and eggs after seemingly giving up his lengthy vegan diet.
He uploaded the vid on TikTok last month (23 November) and captioned it: "EX VEGAN NOW?! This hit differently."
Although, it seemed that the comments section was largely filled with the non-vegan eaters.
One wrote: "Welcome to the correct side."
A second commented: "So glad you've accepted a normal diet."
Another user made a fair point about veganism and wrote: "People, there is absolutely nothing wrong with being vegan... Why y'all hate it so much?"
Well, if you think changing diet might lead to a slight change in your bowel movements, Aaron claims that isn't the case.
One user added: "The toilet will scream if it's actually been 7 years."
To which, the singer replied: "It's been 7 years bro...but my stomach is fine."
Someone else asked in the comments if Danny felt his health had improved after switching to eating meat, to which he replied: "Omg... I feel absolutely amazing."
Responding to another comment advising him to eat a 'balanced diet', Danny said: "200 percent. I rotate my meals... some days vegan, some days vegetarian, some days carnivore, etc."
It seems like the battle between both ideologies will always cause debate, however, two identical twins have decided to try and figure out which diet is best.
The duo took part in a study that involved one going plant-based while the other consumed meat to see which diet was healthiest.
Explorers Hugo and Ross Turner decided to put the plant based and omnivore diets to the test to see which was best - with Hugo ditching meat and dairy and Ross sticking to a diet that included meat, dairy and fish.
The duo took part in study with Kings College London for a 12-week long study and ate the same amount of calories each day as well as carrying out the same gym training.
Speaking to the BBC, which also documented the twins' journey, Hugo said: “I was on the vegan diet and it really does take a hit on your body.
“I think the first couple of weeks it was really craving and wanting meat and dairy and cheese. I love cheese.
“I was now having to eat fruit and nuts and alternatives that didn’t have any dairy in them - and so that meant I was eating a lot more wholesome food, which meant that my sugar levels were a lot satiated during the day. I felt like I had more energy.”
Meanwhile, his meat-eating twin Ross said his gym performance was ‘up and down a little bit more’ - with some days where he felt ‘very energetic’ and others when he would have ‘huge lulls’.
However, Hugo found that the diversity of his gut bacteria dropped ‘severely’ while his brother’s stayed the same, meaning he was less likely to pick up illnesses.
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