Omega 3 Fatty Acids on a Raw Vegan Diet | My Blood Test Results
Hey there I figured I’d do a quick video because
I just got my results back from an Omega fatty acids blood test. First off you guys really
seem to enjoy the vlogget style and thank you so much for all of your thoughtful feedback.
The blogget I posted has probably gotten the fastest amount of views out of any video that
I’ve ever posted, which is exciting and a little depressing. My whole main goal with
the Bite Sized Vegan project is to educate people about veganism and in turn to save
the animals. So if you guys do have a free moment, please watch some of the educational
nuggets. I mean I know animal testing is an intense topic, but look there’s Ubi in snow
boots in that video. I promise I’m not trying to be an ungrateful asshole, but it’s probably
happening. No, I am very grateful for every view that I get on any of my videos and every
single comment, so thank you guys so much for that. And do keep me accountable if I
seem to wander away from the mission of the channel. Okay I’m done with my shameless plug.
But, since you did you seem to like my home tour and my lettuce booty, let me show you
what a fully stocked fridge looks like after a fresh lettuce delivery. Booyah, that’s what
I’m talking about. Alright so now on to the actual video topic. Now when you’re vegan, almost every medical
professional that you run in to, and a lot of random people, will always be seriously
concerned about your omega-3’s. And you are going to hear something like, I see here that
you are a vegan. What about taking some fish oil? You know for your omega-3’s? You should
really eat some fish oil. You know at least, like, eat some fish in your diet. It’s not
like they feel things anyway. What about your [bleep]ing fatty acids? Fish oil. Fish oil.
Fish oil. You know just some fish oil. Fish oil. Just eat some [bleep]ing fish oil. But anyway this video is not going to go into
all of the nitty-gritty about omega fatty acids and where to get them in a vegan diet.
I might do that at some point in a mid-weekly mini, or a main nugget, but today for the
blogget let’s just look at my results. So here’s the top with my name so you can see
that it’s my test. And at the bottom they have all this information. And down here it
says that Dr. Ralph T. Holman, the Grandfather of Omega 3, pioneer of this test and inventor
of the term ‘Omega 3’, has a total omega 3 score of 25% that directly reflects his daily
intake of fish, fish oil, and avoidance of Omega 6 rich oils. So how can my vegan ass
possibly compete with daily fish consumption? Let’s see how I measure up. Scrolling scrolling scrolling, scrolling scrolling
scrolling, bam, 36%. Definitely trumped his fishy 25%. You can see here in this arrow,
the average where people fall, and there I am at the very tip. And that is why I don’t
need no [bleep]ing fish. My doctor who ordered these tests has been practicing for about
a decade or so, and said that he’s never had a score come back this good. He actually assumed
that I was taking Omega supplements. That score came from fruit and greens. So if anyone
tries to tell you that you need to take some fish supplements, throw a head of lettuce
at them. Looking at my food intake for yesterday from the lettuce alone, I got 387% of my omega-3’s.
Hope you enjoy my blood test boasting blogget. You’ll still be getting a video every Wednesday,
but keep an eye out for these little extras that are going to pop up here and there. I’ll
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