Eating fatty or fried food can turn you gay, claims a study

Rita Strakosha, who calls herself M.P.S in Clinical Psychology, claimed that consuming too many fatty and fried meals can turn you homosexual

In a bizarre study published by author Rita Strakosha, who calls herself M.P.S in Clinical Psychology, claimed that consuming too many fatty and fried meals can turn you homosexual or make you transgender. In the document, which the author Rita Strakosha put up for free on her website/blog, she tried to prove that unhealthy diet can lead to homosexuality.

In her study the author claimed that: “Homosexuals have more eating disorders than heterosexuals, which usually involve eating large amounts of high glycemic index foods and fat, or eating an imbalanced diet, leaning toward carbohydrates.”

“Access to a high calorie diet and alcoholic drinks was limited to the social elite circles in the past. Homosexuality as well appears to have been more frequent among that group,” She further pointed out in her study.

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The author in her study argued that following a healthy diet, less sugar intake and proper sleep will ‘cure’ homosexuality in an individual and prevent its return.

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The author further claimed that if the person follows the instructions that she has mentioned in her study then the “sexual partner preference of the person may move toward the heterosexual.”

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Disclaimer: The story is based on a study published by author Rita Strakosha.

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