You don't need malice to explain the suspected discrepancy in this case. You've got a random sample of 1000 people, but it's not random. It's 1000 people who have landline phones. Who are home during the day. Who aren't on the no call list. Who don't have caller ID and/or are eager to answer opinion polls. That is a narrow group becoming narrower every day.
The do not call list has an explicit exception that allows calls for polling.
Your dietary suggestion of beans + grain is moronic. How about you eat beans and grains exclusively for 4 months, and we bet for 1000 dollars that it won't work. Of course, that's a bad bet, since either you cheat, or you die
You need to work on your reading comprehension. This is exactly what i wrote.
Beans are a high quality source of protein, but not complete. However, combined with the protein found in grains, together they provide complete protein. Cultures all around the world have figured out how to get complete protein with available products.
I said that beans and grains are complete PROTEIN. Protein is but one component of a complete diet. I never said that you could survive eating only beans and grains and nothing else. Nice little rant though.
which is vastly healthier than not eating meat
This is not true. There is nothing inherently superior nutritionally in eating meat. Eating low quality meat scraps, such as hamburger and highly processed meats, is demonstrably worse. Beans are a high quality source of protein, but not complete. However, combined with the protein found in grains, together they provide complete protein. Cultures all around the world have figured out how to get complete protein with available products.
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