Vegetarian or Meat-Eater? A Simple Way to Decide What’s Best



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. . There’s a heated debate between being a vegan and being a meat-eater; here’s a simple way to decide which is better for you.

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0:00 Is being vegan or a meat-eater better for you? Here’s a simple way to decide.

0:35 I believe the problem is the interpretation of the research that’s out there
1:25 Try eating meat for awhile, and see the results. Then go vegan, and compare your results.

In this video, I’m going to talk about the heated debates between being a meat-eater versus being a vegan. It boils down to this: if you eat meat, you say carbs are dangerous. If you’re vegan, you say animal fats and protein are dangers.

The problem is that you have two different viewpoints giving conflicting information. If you’re the public trying to figure out the truth, it’s very confusing. I believe the problem is the interpretation of the research. In order to read them, you’d need a medical dictionary and basic understanding of medical physiology. But most of us wouldn’t do that; so, you have to rely on the interpretation of someone with a bias.

You wonder: what’s the truth? In order to be certain, you need personal experience. Here’s what I suggest you do:

Try being a meat-eater for a while, and see the results you get. Then try being vegan for a while, and compare your results. See which one works better for you. Which was best for weight loss, blood profiles, improvement in energy, and overall quality of health. Then you’ll know with certainty what works for you, and you won’t be dependent on a third party’s viewpoint, or interpreting a study.

So, try being a vegan and compare it with being a meat eater, and see how you do.

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