"Whatever you do may seem insignificant, but it is most important that you do it”

Why Choose a Non Meat Diet For?

Why not choose a non meat diet for? it is much healthier for you, and the average non animal flesh eater does not spend the same time in hospital as the carnivore does. Nor does the Vegan or veggie suffer as the carnivores do from clogged arteries, heart disease, stroke, liver disease or cancer. It’s fact get used to that.

If every person on this planet just stopped eating meat then the world would be a far better place. Pollution such as carbon emissions would drop. Animals (cattle) would not be put through in-humane hell. If you have just changed over from being a carnivore to a vegetarian then well done to you. Thank you. The same applies to vegetarians that change to a vegan diet too.

The advantages of eating meat ate (zero) there ar none. The advantages though to eating a healthy vegetarian diet are below. Are you the hunter, carnivore, or sunday flesh eater going to change? Your choice at the end of the day.. Just remember how many animals are being put through a life of misery and death because of your addiction to DEAD FLESH.. It may smell nice to some but the toxins and antibiotics that are pumped in to it, as well as the E-numbers and other chemicals that your unaware of on the label. Most meat now in the (EU) is halal slaughtered. Meaning that the animal has to be slaughtered to strict muslim standards. The animal is not euthanized nor is it treated with any different respect whilst its throat is cut and left to bleed dry.  (Please note we show both sides of every story and not one that’s how education works)

DISADVANTAGES OF EATING MEAT

There is no longer any doubt about the fact that eating meat is bad for your health. The list of diseases known to be associated with meat, which are commoner among meat eaters, looks like the index of a medical textbook. Anaemia, appendicitis, arthritis, breast cancer, cancer of the colon, cancer of the prostate, constipation, diabetes, gall stones, gout, high blood pressure, indigestion, obesity, piles, strokes and varicose veins are just some of the well-known disorders which are more likely to affect meat eaters than vegetarians. Avoiding meat is one of the best and simplest ways to cut down your fat consumption.

Add to these hazards the fact that if you eat meat you may be consuming hormones, drugs and other chemicals that have been fed to the animals before they were killed and you can see the extent of the danger. No one knows precisely what effect eating the hormones in meat is likely to have on your health. But the risk is there and I think it’s a big one. Some farmers use tranquilizers to keep animals calm. Others routinely use antibiotics so that their animals do not develop infections. When you eat meat you are, inevitably, eating those drugs. In America, over half of all antibiotics are fed to animals and I don’t think it is any coincidence that the percentage of Staphylococcus infections resistant to penicillin went up from 13% in 1960 to 91% in 1988.

The healthiness of a vegetarian diet is perhaps shown most dramatically by the fact that lifelong vegetarians visit hospitals 22% less often than meat eaters – and for shorter stays! Vegetarians tend to be fitter than meat eaters – as well as healthier – and many of the world’s most successful athletes (particularly those who specialise in endurance events) follow a strictly vegetarian diet.
It is the fat in meat that does most harm – and which makes meat-eating an even bigger health hazard than smoking – but don’t think you can avoid the dangers simply by avoiding red meat because you cannot. If you want to eat a truly healthy diet then you must give up eating meat completely. There are, of course, all sorts of old-fashioned myths about eating meat .It used to be claimed that people who didn’t eat meat would be short of protein. But that is now known to be absolute nonsense. And it is equally untrue that if you don’t eat meat your diet will be deficient in essential vitamins or minerals. Meat contains absolutely nothing – (other than protein) but no vitamins or minerals – that your body cannot obtain perfectly happily from a vegetarian diet. Becoming healthier isn’t the only reason for turning green. Many of those who stop eating meat do so for moral and ethical reasons as much as for personal gain.

Every minute of every working day thousands of animals are killed in slaughterhouses. Many animals are-bled to death. Pain and misery are commonplace – for animals suffer from pain and fear just as much as you do.
In an average lifetime the average meat-eater will consume 36 pigs, 36 sheep and 750 chickens and turkeys. More and more people are deciding that they just don’t want that much carnage on their consciences. It is never too late to stop eating meat.
In addition, more and more people are becoming aware of the fact that hunger around the world could be eradicated if people stopped eating meat.

Every year over 400 million tons of grain are fed to livestock – so that the world’s rich can eat meat. At the same time, 500 million people in poor countries are starving to death. Many of those who toy with the idea of turning vegetarian (because they want to be healthier, because they want to stop world starvation or because they can no longer bear the thought of encouraging such a barbaric trade as the breeding and killing of animals for food) worry about what they are going to eat. Such worries are quite unnecessary.

There are not only many different fruits and vegetables available these days but, if you miss the texture of meat, you can buy vegetarian sausages, hamburgers and pies. Stews and curries can be made with soya and you can buy tofu cheese too.
To keep healthy eat raw foods whenever you can (because vitamins are easily destroyed by cooking) and use as little water as possible when boiling vegetables in order to avoid losing water-soluble vitamins B and C. Steam or stir fry vegetables if you can instead of boiling them.
Remember that keeping food hot – or re-heating it – can destroy vitamins, try to eat fruit and vegetables in their skins (because vitamins are often stored just below the skin) and be imaginative when shopping! You can get the iron, calcium, zinc and other essential minerals that your body needs by eating dark green, leafy vegetables, nuts, pulses, sunflower seeds and dried fruits.

ADVANTAGES TO MEAT EATING

There are innumerable health benefits of eating meat, to say, for example, it serves as a fabulous source of high quality proteins, which a single vegetarian food is not able to provide. It contains all the essential amino acids that the body requires.
The red meat contains very high quantities of iron, when compared with plant origin foods. 100 grams of Liver contains 6000 mcgm of iron as against 325 mcgm in 100-gram carrots. Read further to explore information about the advantages of eating meat…
The phosphorus content present in meat gets much more easily absorbed than that present in cereals and legumes. This is owing to the fact that cereals and legumes contain phosphorus, usually in the form of phytic acid that must be hydrolyzed before absorption. Meat also serves as the main source for the intake of vitamin B12.
Though meat is rich in nutrients, but, there are certain things that meat lacks in. It doesn’t contain any kind of fiber, which helps to keep your digestive system in order. Also it is very high in saturated fats, thus it is recommended to eat meat, but in moderate quantities.
Preserved meats like ham, bacon, salami etc should be avoided, as they are very high in terms of fats, salts, nitrites and nitrates that are often held responsible for causing cancer. It is recommended to eat not more than 60-75 grams of meat per day and not more than thrice a week. Please view the link Please watch this 1 hour long doc. Then tell us if you still wish to eat meat

Thank you for your reply, should it merit a response we will respond in due course. This site is owned by International Animal Rescue Foundation and moderation is used.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s