No, but it might explain the weight gain
Yeah, it's a product of our broken societies. In the video below he explains how he came to fruitariani
Many young people nowadays run from one addiction into the other, from one extreme ideology into the other. It's as if there is not common sense, no middle ground anymore
To be fair, I worked with a young guy recently who was a 100% carnivore and pretty fanatic about it, to the point that he'd get visibly annoyed if he saw me eating a vegetarian dish. Jordan Peterson follower, for what it's worth. He lifted weights and looked pretty fit and healthy when I first started working with him, but by about a year later he had dark rings around his eyes, his posture was suffering, and his behavior was becoming more and more erratic and obsessive, to the point that everyone in my department noticed it. It was like watching the bizzaro world version of an obsessive vegan. There are many routes to an unhealthy obsession with food.