View Poll Results: Do you eat meat?

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  • Yes, I eat meat, but I´m not a "carnivore" (meat-lover)

    78 28.26%
  • Yes, I love meat. It´s a big part of my bill of fare

    143 51.81%
  • No, I don´t eat/like meat, but I eat/drink milk-products (Vegetarism)

    22 7.97%
  • No, I neither like/eat meat, nor milk products (Veganism)

    18 6.52%
  • Other (explain please)

    15 5.43%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zimobog View Post
    For all I love my veg and greens, mankind is capable of surviving on only meat alone. Eskimos have done it for thousands of years. I don't think mankind can survive on veg alone.
    I once read that vegetarians in most cases need special supplements to get certain a kind of vitamin B in their system. Or else they will suffer certain behavioral problems.
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    I'm a omnivore.

    [I believe a balance between the two is a key to a nutritious diet and vital health.]
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    As a child being raised by my father we ate mostly poached deer, because he spent all his money on beer, you could say I was raised on "poach and beans". I would say close to 50% of our diet was meat, I loved it and by age 8 I wieghed 80 pounds.

    My brother and I were taken away from our father and placed in foster care when I was about 8 and a half, our foster parents were vegetarian and required us to be as well.

    When I left there at 9 and a half years old I wieghed 45 pounds, you could see every bone in my body.

    I think some people are designed well for a vegetarian diet, but not all of us are capable of doing that... My children eat a great deal of meat as well, I would say close to 40% of thier diet is meat. For me now that I am grown I probably eat about 5 to 10% of my diet as meat the rest is usually raw vegetables or vegetables cooked in soup.

    I am not sure that all of us are designed to not eat meat especially as children...

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    I don't believe it is wrong to humanely kill an animal for food. However, like others I feel factory farming is not humane. I also think an overly meat based diet is not very healthy, especially if this meat comes from fast food places.

    I consider myself a selective carnivore. I like a well balanced diet. When I eat meat, I want it to be lean as possible. I only free range eggs.

    I think it is possible to be a healthy vegetarian if you have a very well balanced diet. But I am a lot more skeptical about veganism.

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    Pork, fish, chicken, beef, etc. are the staple meats of my diet.

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    Meat and grains my friends, meat and grains.

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    Lately, I've been considering a 75% Vegan diet (still consuming cheeses regularly and only consuming meat on rare occasions i.e. when I visit my girlfriend's house. Moreover, I don't own non- leather/ suede shoes) due to my chronic digestive problems since vegetables digest easier than meat does and takes less time to be broken down. This time my reason for the transition is genuine and not some hippie crap, although I do have reverence for animals and nature in general. I wouldn't rag on Vegans though. Not after having stumbled upon this here guy. He may be non- white, let alone non- Germanic, but that's not the ****ing point. This is living proof that Vegans can lead a healthy lifestyle as well (no, I'm not attempting to impose any lifestyle upon anyone. It's your body. You do as you wish and I'll do whatever I please to mine. To add onto it though, the only reason as to why herbivores died out around the occurrence of the ice age is due to not having had proper knowledge on nutrition. Hunter- Gathers just killed and ate whatever in desperation of acquiring some form of nutrition and with luck, they killed the right animals and learned that those animals provided the necessary nutrients. Nowadays, we have great knowledge as well as the technology to measure the nutrients from all sorts of food sources. Back in the day of the hunter- gatherer, they ate even the eyeballs of animals as they were a source of rich vitamin and mineral. Do we eat the eyeballs of horses, deer, cow, or chicken? Exactly. Technically, we really don't even need meat. We're just following in the footsteps of our hunter- gatherer ancestors. Evolution comes in all forms, even dietary and the peripheral aspects. By common logic, we are following a primitive path, but as I said, to each their own.. just like most don't fancy getting wasted frequently whereas I do) and I must say that I'm pretty inspired.




    http://www.grapplearts.com/Vegan-diet-for-size.htm


    Vidar Vaaer of Ildjarn is also Vegan and he seems to be in decent shape for being what he is.



    Post Scriptum: My woman and hopeful future wife is a proud (and I mean proud) ardent carnivore (she hardly touches vegetables and I warn her that she needs at least one vegetable or fruit a day to further help with bowel movement and digestion and immunity in general) and I love her with every fiber of my essence.

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    As a human I was made to eat a bit of everything, so I do.

    After all, why are animals made of meat if they were not meant to be eaten?

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    I am vegan and have been for about 10 years. I'd like to say first off that I don't have any beef (!) with meat eaters in fact the rest of my clan all eat meat and I cook most meals - doesn't bother me. When I am asked why I am a vegan I have 3 reasons:

    1. It's a healthy lifestyle (vegans have a low propensity for any of the gut cancers for example) and since becoming a vegan I have never felt better.

    2. It's not necessary to eat meat (our guts are not designed for a meat filled diet - we are naturally omnivorous a little here a little there).

    3. No animal has to die to satisfy my hunger.

    I do have a problem with industrial animal (or vegetable) farming - many of my friends are smallholders and rear their own animals - again this is the way to eat meat if your going to (or hunt wild meat), not the rubbish off a supermarket shelf - and again this is their choice and it doesn't bother me in fact I hate people who act holier than thou and preach that it's their way or the highway!
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    I feel sick if I eat a lot of meat. Some is ok though. I have a problem with factory farms, I think they're cruel and unnatural. I want my meat to have had a good life and be humanely raised and killed.
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