No way. It is the nature of the beast. We are predators by nature
The word 'wrong' implies morality. There is no morality or immorality involved in doing something that is innate to the nature of the creature (in this case humans). How you treat the animals that you consume can involve morality and the morality of humans varies widely. So it is not 'wrong' to eat meat nor is it 'right' not to eat meat. Each person has to make this decision for themselves.
Answer: There is morality in every decision, and every decision has a moral consequence. That is not to say that other factors cannot influence the morality of eating meat; lack of plant based alternatives, for example. Much of Human ancestry has lived a nomadic, scavenger like existence for hundreds of thousands of years where many times, plant based foods were simply unavailable. Under those circumstances, the immorality of eating meat becomes almost irrelevant, as basic survival trumps morality. In the modern world, however, this would not be an excuse. Eating meat is a choice, not a necessity, and is therefor immoral. It is both morally wrong and anatomically incorrect for Human Beings to consume animal flesh. Some animals are designed to eat animal flesh, but Human Beings are most definitely not. This is why people who eat meat get cancer, Diabetes, Heart disease, etc. People who avoid animal flesh and eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables live longer, healthier, disease-free lives. This is really a no-brainer. To take the life of an innocent creature, without just cause, is pure evil. Thou shall not kill, and to do so is morally wrong.
Answer: No, it is not wrong to eat meat at all. To have life, a species must take in life and that's at the expense of another. It's called the circle of life, and has been around since the dawn of time. Being vegan and vegetarian is not a great lifestyle for all because each individual has their own needs and unique body. If eating meat were really devastating to the humans that do so, none would be alive to even counter the argument that it is wrong. Many meat eaters live long, happy, full, healthy lives and in many people's eyes, you can't go wrong there.
No it is not wrong, but you don't want it all red. Because red meat is raw. and some peoples stomachs are not used to the meat. So it is better to eat it wel done or medium, but not rare or anything more red.
The animals would say it is wrong.
People who care for animals would say it is wrong.
Meat contains heme iron, which may be easier to absorb than the non-heme iron in plants. Meat also retains vitamin B12 (made by bacteria), which well-scrubbed plants do not have. However, meat also has cholesterol, which can cause or worsen cardiovascular disease, and it has very little vitamin C and no fiber, which are very important nutrients for humans to be healthy.
In fact, there are a lot of health problems associated with eating meat. Click on the links below, under 'Related links'.
If you do eat meat, cook it properly, and do over do it and keep a healthy lifestyle along with eating it.
As far as everything available to you, not really. Red meat is high in saturated fat and increases the risk of cardiovascular disease and certain cancers- individuals who consume the most red meat appear to have the greatest risk of death. Lean white meat, assuming it's consumed in moderation with a diet high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains, appears to have little impact on disease. Fatty fish high in omega 3s (such as salmon, tuna and sardines) appear to improve cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart attack in most individuals. A low or no meat diet is entirely possible and can be just as healthy, if not healthier than a meat diet. Care needs to be taken to ensure that sufficient protein, vitamin B12 and other nutrients are consumed, but assuming the vegetarian diet is sensibly balanced, things should be fine.
Not at all!
Your body needs the vast variations of food groups to carry on with normal bodily functions! Protein is good for you, but too much of it can actually cause obesity. Also, it isn't good to get all of your protein from the same source or just meats. Try all types like chicken, pork, beef, etc.. It is definitely important to get some protein from things like nuts, beans, and eggs also!
Answer: Being vegetarian is not in fact bad for your health.
Answer: It can be since eating meat is a natural part of our existence and because your body will have to adjust to something it wasn't necessarily designed to do; that is, survive without animal products.
Harvard researchers tracked food choices of more than 121,000 adults for up to 28 years, and published their results in 2012 in the Archives of Internal Medicine. They found that each daily increase of three ounces of red meat was associated with a 12% greater risk of dying over all, including a 16% greater risk of cardiovascular death and a 10% greater risk of cancer death. The increased risks linked to processed meat, like bacon, were even higher: 20% overall, 21% for cardiovascular disease and 16% for cancer.
So are chicken and fish better meats? A 1998 study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology examined the eating habits of 32,000 adults for six years and then recorded the incidence of cancer for these subjects over the next six years. People who avoided red meat but ate white meat regularly had a more than 300% increase in colon cancer incidence. The same study showed that people who ate legumes (beans, peas, or lentils) at least twice a week had a 50% lower risk when compared with people who never ate legumes.
Chicken is almost as dangerous as red meat for your heart. Chicken has about the same amount of cholesterol as beef, and a 1999 study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine concluded that there is no advantage to eating lean white instead of lean red meat when it comes to cholesterol. Worse, cancer-causing compounds called heterocyclic amines (HCAs) are even more concentrated in grilled chicken than in beef, according to a 1995 study published in Cancer Research. A 1999 study from New Zealand that investigated heterocyclic amines in meat, fish, and chicken found the greatest contributor of HCAs to cancer risk was chicken.
Fish has its risks as well. According to a report released in January 2014 by the Environmental Working Group (EWG), many types of fish contain unhealthy amounts Mercury and too few omega-3 fatty acids. s. That's the conclusion of a report released today from the Environmental Working Group. Ten of the most popular aquatic animals on American plates, including tuna, pose an unacceptable mercury risk to pregnant women who eat the three servings per week recommended by the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. If you're eating fish for omega-3 fatty acids, which lower cardiac risks and boost infant brain development, there's more bad news. The EWG concluded that many people won't benefit as much as they hope, because 8 of the 10 most popular types of seafood, including shrimp and catfish, rank low for healthy omega-3 fats.
For humans, eating only meat is extremely unhealthy, even deadly. Meat contains no fiber, vitamin C, or phytonutrients, which are essential to human health. Meat contains cholesterol, which is not an essential nutrient for humans. It also contains carnitine, which is not an essential amino acid for humans, and which is found almost exclusively in animal flesh. As with cholesterol, your body makes all the carnitine you need. The bodies of other animals also makes all the carnitine they need, so if you eat their flesh, their carnitine can end up in your gut. Within 24 hours, certain gut bacteria metabolize the carnitine to a toxic substance called trimethylamine, which then gets oxidized in your liver to trimethylamine-n-oxide (TMAO), which then circulates throughout your bloodstream. TMAO increases the buildup of cholesterol in the inflammatory cells in the atherosclerotic plaques in your arteries, and slows the removal of cholesterol from the arteries’ walls, increasing your risk of cardiac surgery, heart attack, stroke, and death.
Animal proteins contain very large amounts of sulfur, especially in the essential amino acid methionine and the conditionally essential amino acid cysteine. Your body makes other sulfur-containing amino acids out of these, including keto-methionine, cystine, homocysteine, cystathionine, taurine, and cysteic acid. Even though you need a small amount of sulfur-containing amino acids (and all can be found in plants), an excess of these amino acids beyond your needs causes the following problems:
Humans have no biological need to consume the flesh of non-human animals. Confining, mutilating, forcibly impregnating, and killing animals causes them to suffer. If you believe that it is wrong to cause others to suffer unnecessarily, then it follows that it is wrong to eat meat.
yes you can even vedgiterins have a little meat like eggs and milk
no as long as you eat something eith proteins . like beans
it is not always bad to eat meat but it is bad to eat blood meat
most hippies are vegitarian ( dont eat meat), or vegans (dont eat meat or drink milk).
it is a source of iron and protien and tastea good to but dont eat to much red meat its bad for you cause its rare
NO!!! Thats Terrible, he dont eat meat!
well really one whole piece of red meat doesn't digest until 3 days have passed just dont eat it on a daily bases or it will cause all kinds off problems in the health department of your body
It is only bad to eat meat that isn't fully cooked. It doesn't matter what time of year it is.
Gazelle dont eat meat so sorry they dont eat animals
they dont eat meat they suck p e n i s
you will live but its bad for your health so take my advice DONT EAT IT RAW
There are debates about pork being bad for a person to eat is good for people to eat. Fatty pork is bad without doubt, and pork jelly is bad too. It is best to eat cuts as lean as possible. Moderation when eating anything is best for health.
no they dont they only eat meat
they eat meat but not a meat of pig chicken nor beef... meat of those insects they dont eat a whole part of plants but just a part of it