If The US Went Vegan, Would It Be A Public Health Disaster?

Mic the Vegan tackles some spurious scientific claims
 

"If the entire US went vegan, it would be a public health disaster."

That's just one of the headlines that came out following a recent scientific study.

According to some reports, if the entire US went vegan, the entire population would be nutrient deficient.

And the positive impact on the environment? Well allegedly that would be minimal.

Mic the Vegan cuts through the headlines to bring you the science behind the hype.

You can watch the video on YouTube here

(Article photo credit: U.S. Department of Agriculture)

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