Vegitables are discribed in 1st in food chain and then when human, goats, sheeps eats that so placed in 2nd no in food chain.Human jaws are made to eat vegitables as science tells us.so what about this food chain when we eat meat?
People likes to eat variety of food depending upon their culture and climatic conditions, means in cold climate they refers nonvage to eat. And depending on religions many people refers only veg fod.
what is your opinion?
I'm a veggie fan. I also eat meat. But if I had to choose one over the other, the greens would win everytime.
You just can't fault roasted veggies, or a good hearty stew.
Mmmmmm - *rubs belly*
How is meat/fish/human flesh not natural and bad? RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
I heard human digestive system works better for veg food. That's what I was trying to mention there.
Edit: Also, about our teeth in nature.
If seriously, I believe science says we are omnivores, like pigs and bears, and are wired to digest both vegs and meats. Does not mean a daily meat is a healthy diet though, traditional Japanese one, mostly vegetarian with occasional raw fish and even more occasional meat looks like the most healthy to our bodies for me.
"...your body needs to grow, and growing takes proteins. This is why meat can be a tastee treat, like fish or human beings!"-Marilyn Manson
I'll never get over that video...
Both kind of food has some very delicious dished. For me both go hand in hand
Veggies and fruit are tops on my list. For protein, it's fish at least 3x a week. I sprinkle in red meat once a week. I find that a diet of heavy meat makes me (and my family) feel sluggish and tired. Who knows, maybe it's all the hormones and other chemicals they inject into the animals that produce such negative reactions. Well, guess that's another question for another thread....
It is better to enjoy non-vegeterian food until 30 years and transit to become a vegeterian...we can lead a healthy happy life
I enjoy all types of food. I like to try foods from all types of cultures. I can't cut out meat. I have tried, but it keeps pulling me back in. Where I come from we have Barbeque, and it is sooooo good. The smell, alone, will snare you.
For the most part.... Vegetarian food is yummy.... either lack of proteins or maybe craving for a juicy steak overcomes any guilt.
by arpitme 6 years ago
I believe yes, because killing is itself a violent act and if it is involved in the process of making food, it will definitely makes them more violent.
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by LongTimeMother 5 years ago
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by Wendi Gjata 2 years ago
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