• Ye, I eat meat because I am a meat lover . . . . Oh but now I want to go to Pizza Hut and have me pizza; the meat lovers pizza. 😇
  • Humans are omnivores by design. That being said, I have been on a meat-only diet for about a month or so now. And I feel just fine and lost alot of weight. But I do miss eating a salad every now and then. And bread. And spaghetti. And Pop-Tarts. I never thought I'd say it, but it does get boring eating bacon all the time.
    • Linda Joy
      Congrats on the weight loss! Has it affected your cholesterol, blood pressure or A1C? What about your vitamins?
    • Archie Bunker
      All of those were fine before. No supplements as I believe all that crap is just marketing gimmicks.
    • iPan
      Ofcourse, meat is good and healthy :)
  • Personally, I do not eat meat. I've been vegetarian for most of my life. I ate it when I was a kid, but I honestly never enjoyed it - I only did it because I had to. I have not seen "What the Health." I actually feel a little queasy when I see meat or when a scrap of it wanders into my food. I know this sounds crazy, but I think it likely has something to do with the fact that my mother was on a vegetarian diet when I was born.
  • Yes, much less than ever. I don't know how to be a healthy vegetarian. When I tried, my hair fell out.
    • Linda Joy
      Bless your heart! Did you find out which vitamin deficiency was causing it?
    • Linda Joy
  • Yeah, I eat meat because its good for health/engergy
  • Yes, I eat some meat at every meal, since humans are omnivores who need to eat both plants and animals. I have heard that "What The Health' is PeTA deceptions, so I certainly do not believe it or heed it. I boycott Netflix for airing such rubbish.
  • Yes. As I like it. Netflix is entertainment - don't take anything you see on there too seriously.
  • Yes, I eat meat but only white meat. But I totally can understand vegetarians and meat-eaters as well. There are many controversial thoughts about eating meat but I think everyone should decide for oneself what to do with their own body. Here is a good article on Vegetarian VS Meat-Eating:
  • I eat meat on occasion---2 or 3 times a month. I've been following a vegetarian diet for the past 5 years or so. I don't miss the taste of meat because I ate meat just about every day during the first 65 years of my life.
  • I eat way too much meat. That is because I was born Catholic and my mother made fish.....badly. lol
    • Linda Joy
      Do you still live at home, or are you able to make your own choices now? I remember when I was in the homeless shelters I didn't really have much choice. You don't fully appreciate the ability to choose for yourself until you loose it.
    • Hulk70166
      I live on my own and have for the last 47 years, thank god. lol
  • I do eat meat. Just about any kind of meat. I grew up eating meat and I just love it!
  • Rarely but, I don't like it. It's expensive to me and I don't enjoy the way it tastes. If I go a long time without eating it I start to get kinda sick and eat a little bit of it.
  • Yes. I don't eat a lot of red meat, but I think eating pretty much everything in moderation, including lean protein in the form of meat and poultry, contributes to a healthy, balanced diet.
  • Yes but much less than I used to eat it.
  • Yes I eat meat

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