Should We Decide To Eat Meat Or Vegetarian?
If we are honest eating meat is objectively a bad idea.
Although there are rational arguments against the meat, people are naturally carnivores.
Our bodies are made for meat
Thanks to evolution, humans can survive without eating meat, but that doesn’t mean that we are naturally vegetarians. Meat is part of our traditional diet. Unlike animals that eat grass, we have for example, four stomachs, the ability to break cellulose or complicated intestinal microflora.
From a strictly logical point of view, there are many oddities for the humans. For starters, our brains do not seem to be very large.
If compared with the brains of other primates, brain size increases with body size, but among people it is not. So what makes us so special?
According to a survey from 2011, what makes us special is our appetite for meat. They found that people are able to make logical choices as vegetarianism, because originally ate meat from other animals.
One frequent argument for vegetarianism is that humans are the only primates that eat meat, which is not true. In 1960, Jane Goodall observed chimpanzees who hunted and ate other animals.
The latest research shows that a vegetarian diet is associated with poorer health and lower quality of life.
Studies have shown that vegetarians often go to the doctor than people who eat meat, more prone to allergies, diseases, cancer, and mental health problems such as anxiety and depression.
However, a research at the Medical University of Graz, Austria show that the lifestyle of vegetarians is in many ways healthier because they are usually more physically active and drinking less alcohol. In addition, they often don’t smoke and have no problems with excess weight.
Also that vegetarians are usually people with a high socio-economic status.