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İs it myth that vegan people ' s eyes changed colours after being a vegan?

One of my friend sent me this.is it possible to be correct?

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Sounds really bogus !

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Yeah smells fishy

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My daughter is vegan and I used to be vegan. Our eyes never changed

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It sounds silly, sorry

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Maybe a lack of protein and vitamins?

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Otherwise its impossible.

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I would think that a drastic change in eye color, such as the one shown, would be unlikely.

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I read that eyes can change a little bit based on sunlight, diet , age and the like but I think it is a just a minor change. Maybe just a change in brightness only.

Not including changes as an infant of course.

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I read somewhere that certain nutrients deficiency can cause eye diseases. Also it can be side effects of certain meds.

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I wish I had blue eyes

But…

My eyes are blue, green and a bit yellow. Unfortunately that ends up looking pretty grey and dull from further than 50cm away.

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My husband has eyes that change. They’re bright blue, grey, or a mix of blue and grey.

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I’m vegan, and my eyes are the same slate grey they always were

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There may more than one myth. Here is what I read about women, vegetarianism and “down there”. Supposedly they taste better, lol

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Same with men. Can vouch for that.

Men - if you want women to do a certain thing when you finish, go vegan. They’ll have no problem with it.

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oh crap, I must taste awful, I hardly eat any vegetables, lol :eggplant: :sweat_drops:

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Kinda makes you think about changing your diet, huh? :wink:

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Especially now that I’m on a dating app!

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That’s not true at all.

  1. I studied anatomy and organ functions, for a long time, when I was in school for Medical Billing & Coding. This thing your friend sent you is 100% BS.
  2. I was vegan for a while. My eyes didn’t change, not even slightly.
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