I think it's important. I think it's important diet. You know, I'm a huge as you are, you know, I mean what we eat matters and there's so much convoluting, you know biased information. Ian coming out there and
you know, it's
just it's never as simple and straightforward as people like to make it out to be and so I think at the end of the day you have to default to to logic to Common Sense and you know, when looking at the nutrients contained an animal products, I mean, it's like Plug and Play for our body, you know plants are amazing. Like I love plants. I eat them all the time. We just had lunch, you know, but in many ways plans have A different operating system than us. Whereas when you eat like when you consume, you know red meat or mollusks are whatever you're getting the nutrients in those Foods in the bio identical forms in which they present in your body.
Yeah, and many of them are more bioavailable bioavailable. When you look at things like zinc and iron where plants have worked very hard to get those things out of the Rock and then they hang on to them very tightly. It's one of the reasons that cooking plants for cooking things like beans. Lentils is so important is the anti-nutrients of people have been getting folks worried about unfortunately those dissipate when you cook them, just so you know. Yeah, but you I like to say that you're saying that the sort of serve a little bit of a different function right in the terms of you thinking about, you know fats and proteins you end up getting from animal products, especially long-chain fats. And and then the Plant World really think about how we feel and feed the microbiome.
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