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Interview - Dr Janez Drnovsek - President of Slovenija

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e1vi56d63:
I fully agree with the views expressed here. It is a known fact that vegetarianism increases your life span. A clear example is provided by the Brahmin community of India. Most of the Brahmins live for more than 80 years. They have a high IQ as well. A recent study concluded that South Indian Brahmins and Jews are the most intelligent people on earth. Moreover it is a well established fact that vegetarian food enables you to remain calm in the event of a crisis.

m0ise92:
I fully agree with the views expressed here. It is a known fact that vegetarianism increases your life span. A clear example is provided by the Brahmin community of India. Most of the Brahmins live for more than 80 years. They have a high IQ as well. A recent study concluded that South Indian Brahmins and Jews are the most intelligent people on earth. Moreover it is a well established fact that vegetarian food enables you to remain calm in the event of a crisis.

WA Export News:
Thanks teja for the excellant explanation of the current situation in Slovenia.

teja:
No, in fact it doesn’t. Even though there are a few kindergartens and schools around Slovenia that offer vegetarian options, being normally in larger towns they are not accessible to the majority of the population living in the country and smaller towns. And comments such as “Vegetarianism has no place in schools” coming from the dietary department of the Pediatric Clinic (University Medical Centre Ljubljana) are not helping the situation.   (ref. http://www.rtvslo.si/blog/nimi/diskriminacija-vegetarijanskih-otrok/34379  - unfortunately the page is in Slovenian)

WA Export News:
We understand there are specific kindergartens that are vegetarian, and this avoids the issues detailed in the info you provided on the 5 year old forced to eat meat.

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