“A non-menstruating body indicates the body is clean,” raw vegan blogger Miliany Bonet tells Broadly, Vice’s women’s interest channel. But physicians beg to differ with Bonet and other vegan bloggers who are telling women how to halt their periods with extreme dietary changes.
“A non-menstruating body indicates the body is clean,” raw vegan blogger Miliany Bonet tells Broadly, Vice’s women’s interest channel. But physicians beg to differ with Bonet and other vegan bloggers who are telling women how to halt their periods with extreme dietary changes. Associated Press file photo
“A non-menstruating body indicates the body is clean,” raw vegan blogger Miliany Bonet tells Broadly, Vice’s women’s interest channel. But physicians beg to differ with Bonet and other vegan bloggers who are telling women how to halt their periods with extreme dietary changes. Associated Press file photo

Vegan bloggers say their diets can stop menstrual ‘toxins,’ and doctors aren’t pleased

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