Authentic Veganism: The Journal for Macrobiotic Vegan Topics and Issues Relevant for Human Life

Authentic Veganism:

The Journal for Macrobiotic Vegan Topics and Issues Relevant for Human Life

Authentic Veganism: The Journal for Macrobiotic Vegan Topics and Issues Relevant for Human Life

Authentic Veganism: The Journal for Macrobiotic Vegan Topics and Issues Relevant for Human Life

Motivated by the present reality, in which most of the earth’s population are reliant on non-vegan dietary regimens, in fact on those regimes, which are highly reliant on animal-origin nutrient sources, being thus dependent on inferior quality nutrients for the fulfilment of their bodies’ nutrient needs, for the sustenance of their life energies, The Authentic Vegan Organisation announces a  nouveau journal initiative, Authentic Veganism: The Journal for Macrobiotic Vegan Topics and Issues Relevant for Human Life, dedicated to information dissemination and knowledge creation regarding veganism as a dietary choice and lifestyle along with all topics of relevance for the sustenance of human life and livelihood.

The forthcoming articles of Authentic Veganism, closely motivated by this present dilemma and collected together under the heading On Critical Positions against Veganism, form the position of authentic macrobiotic veganism, commonly known as authentic veganism, on the recently publicised critical position of the German Nutrition Society regarding veganism’s  capability to furnish the human body with adequate nutrient supply and are published for the benefit of the vegan population around the world by the Authentic Vegan Group, formed by Authentic Vegan, Consulting and Publishing Organisations, in its newly founded journal, Authentic Veganism:The Journal for Macrobiotic Vegan Topics and Issues Relevant for Human Life, during the fall-winter season of the year 2016.

The first volume’s first issue of Authentic Veganism contains the first article of the discussion  series, titled On Critical Positions against Veganism 1: An Introduction, providing a global overview on the general landscape affecting veganism as a dietary choice and lifestyle around the world in an informative and comprehensive comprehensive manner to the reader with sufficient information to gain the ultimate knowledge-based confidence that veganism is truly the only appropriate nourishment regimen for humans.

The second issue contains an article titled On Critical Positions against Veganism 2: News, Science and Conclusions, which is the second part of a series of articles motivated by the German Nutrition Society’s critical viewpoint towards veganism’s capacity to provide adequate nutrient supply. This contribution discusses aspects of media coverage and information dissemination regarding scientific research results and conclusions in general as well as how they relate to the common prevalence of criticism against veganism in particular, a dietary regimen vital for human life and existence, in reality the only appropriate nourishment regimen for humans, regarding which superiority for humanity ample scientific evidence is present.

The third issue contains an article titled On Critical Positions against Veganism 3: Individual Impact and the Authentic Vegan Response, which is the third part of a series of articles motivated by the German Nutrition Society’s critical stance towards veganism’s capacity to provide adequate nutrient supply.  This contribution discusses the perception of veganism as a dietary preference and how it affects the individual vegan dieter in a world in which eating, the general process of nutrient intake, is largely a social habit, thus often socially conditioned and influenced in a manner that poses additional challenges for vegan dieters in particular, especially in a context in which negative news bytes deteriorate the common perception concerning this vital dietary practice for human life and existence, which arguably is the only appropriate nourishment regimen for humans.

The fourth issue contains an article titled On Critical Positions against Veganism 4: A Critique of the German Nutrition Society’s Position, which is the fourth part of a series of articles motivated by the German Nutrition Society’s critical viewpoint towards veganism’s capacity to provide adequate nutrient supply. The article contained in this issue provides a comprehensive critique of the German Nutrition Society’s doubtful position concerning veganism’s viability as a dietary regimen altogether by exposing the flaws in the logical argument on which the stance formed relies, while also effectively arguing that of all existing dietary regimes, veganism is in the best position to provide dietarily essential nutrients for humans.

The fifth issue contains an article titled On Critical Positions against Veganism 5: Scientific Biases and Limitations, which is the fifth part of a series of articles motivated by the German Nutrition Society’s critical viewpoint towards the capacity of vegan dieting to provide adequate nutrient supply. The article contained in this issue provides a comprehensive discussion on the existing scientific biases and limitations that contribute to the general doubt regarding the viability of veganism as a dietary regimen altogether, despite the fact that sufficient scientific evidence has surfaced proving that, of all existing dietary regimes, veganism is in the optimal dietary choice for humans.

The sixth issue contains an article titled On Critical Positions against Veganism 6: The Case of Vitamin B12, which is the sixth part of a series of articles motivated by the German Nutrition Society’s critical viewpoint towards the capacity of vegan dieting to provide adequate nutrient supply. The article contained in this issue provides a comprehensive discussion on the case of vitamin B12, a nutrient which deficiency is commonly considered a possible consequence of vegan dieting. By relying on the existing scientific results and while applying the divine creation and intelligent design methodology and perspective, this article argues that vitamin B12 or alike nutrient compounds are internally manufactured by the human body from its various provitamin forms that are amply available in selected plant-origin nourishment, which form the group of qualified nourishment plants of authentic macrobiotic veganism.

The seventh issue contains an article titled On Critical Positions against Veganism 7: Insights and Lessons from Criticism, which is the seventh part of a series of articles motivated by the German Nutrition Society’s critical viewpoint towards the capacity of vegan dieting to provide adequate nutrient supply. The article contained in this issue provides a discussion on the relevant insights that can be drawn from the prevailing criticism towards veganism as a dietary choice, arguing that the most notable insight is the importance of nutritional balance monitoring, an individual vegan dieter’s elevated awareness concerning the importance of the proper nutritional balance for human health, the adequate intake of all essential nutrients from their diverse plant-origin sources in a balanced and continual manner. Furthermore, the potential for nutritional deficiencies, chronic nutritional imbalances and the deterioration for human health that they have potential in causing, elevates the importance of nutritional value content of the dietetic staples in vegan diets in order to guarantee that they do not contain phytochemicals that inhibit nutrient absorption or other antinutritious organic compounds detrimental for human health, a quality absence of which is a requisite for nourishment plants as well as nourishment preparation methods qualified into the authentic macrobiotic vegan diet.

The eight issue contains an article titled On Critical Positions against Veganism 8: Conclusions, which is the last part of a series of articles motivated by the German Nutrition Society’s critical viewpoint towards the capacity of vegan dieting to provide adequate nutrient supply. The article contained in this issue provides a discussion that summarises the conclusions that can be drawn from the article series On Critical Positions against Veganism, highlighting the possible future directions for nutritional and medical science research on issues of relevance concerning veganism as a dietary preference and lifestyle.

The second volume’s first issue of Authentic Veganism is dedicated to discussing the trends and state of veganism from the perspective of authentic macrobiotic veganism, a dietary regimen that has emerged motivated by the rights of humans to the most appropriate nourishment given their bodies physiological needs.

The second volume’s second issue of Authentic Veganism contains an article titled The Status of Vitamin D that is dedicated to discussing the importance of vitamin D from the perspective of authentic macrobiotic veganism, a dietary regimen that has emerged motivated by the rights of humans to the most appropriate nourishment given their bodies physiological needs.

This second volume’s combined third and fourth issue of Authentic Veganism contains an article titled The Focus on Vitamin D, which is the second in a series of articles motivated by the importance of vitamin D as a nutritional compound.

This second volume’s fifth issue of Authentic Veganism contains an article titled The Case of Vegan Vitamin D3, which is the third in a series of articles motivated by the importance of vitamin D as a nutritional compound.

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