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Blogger Claims Vegan Diet Caused Early Menopause So She Went Back to Meat

by | May 29, 2019

Veganism fail. Remember the guy that ditched veganism because he said that it ruined his sex life all while drinking his own urine and going on extreme fasts? We have another story in about a different internet star who has blamed veganism for health concerns, an early menopause in her case, rather than looking at the rather restrictive elements of the raw vegan diet that she was following.

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Blogger Claims Vegan Diet Caused Early Menopause So She Went Back to Meat

An award-winning vegan food blogger has proclaimed that her vegan diet has “brought on early menopause”, and has since introduced meat, eggs, and cheese into her diet. The answer to her unsuccessful experience with veganism may be found in what was not eaten rather than what was.

Following a vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and refined sugar-free diet, the renowned vegan food blogger Virpi Mikonen, also known on her socials as Vanelja, would post wonderful, vegan recipes that were always colorful and always plant-based. On her Instagram with the account header “Healthy Comfort Food”, Mikonen followed the vegan diet for 15 years already before she faced some undesirable consequences.

According to The Sun, following missed periods, hot flashes, and the development of a rash on her face, Mikonen went to a specialist who had informed her to eat less raw foods and to incorporate meat into her diet. She was apparently “shocked” at the advice of the specialist, but listened anyways, thus incorporating meat and eggs into her meals.

Blogger Claims Vegan Diet Caused Early Menopause So She Went Back to Meat
Credit: vanelja/ Instagram
Blogger Claims Vegan Diet Caused Early Menopause So She Went Back to Meat

Following this cruel addition, Mikonen claims that the menopause symptoms have halted and that she has more energy. Now eats omelets, meatballs, chicken, meat broth, butter, and goat’s cheese, the blogger spoke out, telling Mail Online that maybe if she “had a super-relaxed lifestyle somewhere in Hawaii [she] wouldn’t have had any problems being vegan.”

There has yet to be any scientific studies done liking veganism to early menopause, but following an extreme and exclusively raw vegan diet may cause certain health issues if you’re are not properly fueling your body with healthy levels of appropriate vitamins and macros.

What do you think about blames like ‘vegan diet caused early menopause‘? Justified or not? Let me know in the comments below.

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