Human beings are physiologically omnivores. Any arguments to the contrary lack scientific merit and belies simple logic. If a person has moral issues with eating meat then that is their prerogative. The goal of this hub is to elucidate the fact that an omnivore can and should have a healthy guilt-free diet. There's a misconception that meat, red meat in particular, is incompatible with a healthy life-style. The reality is that our recent ancestors received superior nutrients from the meat they consumed. The simple reason being is that they raised their animals primarily on grass as opposed to grains and corn. Don't take my word for it. There is a plethora of research out there for you to ingest.
- Humans are Omnivores - Biology Online
This was written by a vegetarian scientist. I don't agree with his assessment of a vegetarian diet being more healthy, but it's definitely worth a perusal.
- Which Omnivore Diet? The "Omnivorism = Western Diet" Fallacy
A look at the serious logical fallacy in claims by vegan/vegetarian advocates that omnivore diets are bad based on clinical studies of the SAD diet.
- Conscientious Omnivore Diet
Conscientious omnivore perspective: How eating meat may be as conscientious as being vegetarian.
- There’s More to Like About Grass-Fed Beef - New York Times
Ranchers of grass-fed beef have made great strides in the last few years by relearning what came naturally before the era of the feedlot, then building on it.
- Grass-Fed Beef: The Superior Protein | ENCOGNITIVE.COM
Protein is a major source of energy in the human diet, accounting for 10-20% of all calories consumed. Adequate dietary protein intake is critical for the maintenance of normal body function. Protein serves many purposes and is needed for the growth,
- ACES Publications : NUTRITIVE VALUE OF GOAT MEAT : UNP-0061
Nutritive Value of Goat Meat
- Goat Meat Analysis
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Cornell study of the efficiency of growing meat
- Diet With A Little Meat Uses Less Land Than Many Vegetarian Diets
A low-fat vegetarian diet is very efficient in terms of how much land is needed to support it. But adding some dairy products and a limited amount of meat may actually increase this efficiency, new research suggests. This deduction stems from the fin