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There's nothing inherently

There's nothing inherently wrong with religion... but reason on this for a little while...

http://themedicalbiochemistrypage.org/fatty-acid-oxidation.p...

The oxidation of fatty acids yields significantly more energy per carbon atom than does the oxidation of carbohydrates. The net result of the oxidation of one mole of oleic acid (an 18-carbon fatty acid) will be 146 moles of ATP (2 mole equivalents are used during the activation of the fatty acid), as compared with 114 moles from an equivalent number of glucose carbon atoms.

With a little reasoning, one can conclude fat is the preferred fuel. With a little religion, one can reject this simple fact of nature.

Not ironic that you'd commit the equivocation fallacy with the word unreasonable. Notice I never made any statement such as

- that a vegan lifestyle is unreasonable -

A religious lifestyle can be reasonable albeit based on faulty premises.

http://youtu.be/826HMLoiE_o