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It had worked for me for about three years: What I missed most was butter: For years I had been mostly Paleofollowing a diet close to that of our ancestors, eschewing all grains and dairy in favour of lean protein, fruit and vegetables.
Zinc, he says, is essential for detoxification and skin health, which could explain why people commented on how well I looked. But today, thanks to a new army of celebrity followers and super-bloggers, veganism has suddenly become glamorous.
So is it time we all went vegan?
After being a strict raw vegan for six years, Gianni became exhausted, irritable, was hardly able to get out of bed and had zero sex drive. The hippies have won. To say I was sceptical would be an understatement: The risks of getting it wrong can include irreversible cognitive damage and, in the extreme, death.
Millions of people swap normal bread for gluten-free versions in a bid to stay trim. I think part of it is guilt at their own meat eating.
Oh She Glowsbelieves that veganism cured her irritable bowel syndrome. Even athletes Venus Williams and Mike Tyson have become converts.
Folate, on the other hand, is important for helping the body break down and convert the food we eat into energy. During the trial, I would have a series of blood tests measuring any changes in my key vitamin levels and cholesterol, which was high.
His doctor advised him to urgently reintroduce animal protein into his diet, and Gianni now believes that despite the initial boost most people get when they start veganism, after a year or more many will experience deficiencies.
I also had a nagging voice in my head that wondered what all that meat consumption was doing to the planet: But six weeks in, despite the social stigma, the boredom and psychological deprivation of living in a meat-eating world, physically I felt fantastic: Just speak to them for 12 seconds.
I felt lighter, more agile and people told me how great my skin looked. But researchers from the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition warn that the vast majority of gluten-free products are loaded with fattening substances, and miss out the benefits.