There may be a reason for that. Forbes reports on a study of vegetarian and vegan men in the UK that found these men scored higher on depression scales and were more likely to be depressed than their carnivorous counterparts. Among several possible explanations, researchers theorize that lower levels of omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B12, and folate (whatever that is)—all previously linked to depression—may be the culprits. So remember: asparagus bad, giant turkey leg good. InsightCity regrets deeply not reaching out to Arby’s for sponsorship prior to running this article. Here’s a description of their Meat Mountain sandwich. This writer’s status: conflicted. Related FastPoll™ below!