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    that many may ask is, “Should a person eat meat or not eat meat?” If someone were to choose not to eat meat, they would be considered a vegetarian or a vegan. There’s a lot of similarities and differences both ways and even though there are similarities and differences between the two, a lot of people don’t truly know what their diet has in it or how what they eat affects their bodies. Today I will be sharing those differences between a vegetarian and meat eater, their diets and about which lifestyle

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    To eat meat or to not eat meat? This is the question… There is little doubt that the evolution of humans has been connected to meat in several ways. Humans are not herbivores in an obligatory way; our enzymes evolved to digest meat whose consumption assisted in higher encephalization and higher physical growth. Cooperative searching of meat promoted the event of language and socialization; the evolution of previous World societies was, to a major extent, supported domestication of animals; in ancient

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    Meat is something that is seen as being detrimental for obtaining a nutritious and healthy diet, however, as society has changed, we have learned that might not be the case anymore. What this means is that when we look in our pasts, meat-eating has been something which has always happened; first starting with hunter and gathering societies to when our grandparents and parents were growing up. However, now fast forwarding to today’s society, we can see that meat eating is not something that is very

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    Eating Meat Ethics

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    most people today consume meat and other types of food that came from an animal, yet there is a growing controversial debate regarding whether or not it is ethically right to eat any kind of animal. A commonly used argument against eating meat is that it is not necessary to survive or improve your health by eating meat and killing animals just for the sake of the taste that eating meat gives, is unjustifiably wrong. Those against eating meat also believe that the meat production resembles animal

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    chickens are. For some reason, you can be morally against eating a dog, but more than okay with eating a pig. In 2009 a recorded 1% of Americans were vegetarian. By 2014, that number went up to 5%. Every year since, the number of vegetarians and vegans in the world have increased. Everyone has a reason why they chose to cut meat from their diet. Some may say they do it for weight loss, others argue it’s better for the environment. Meat eating should be considered unethical because it’s an endorsement

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    A vegetarian is a person who does not eat meat poultry and fish. Vegetarians eat mainly fruit, vegetables, legumes, grains, seeds and nuts. Vegetarians are classified into multiple categories, which is distinguished by their eating habits and choice of food. Lactovegetarians exclude meat, poultry, fish, and eggs from their diet, but include dairy products. Most vegetarians in the United States are Lacto-ovevegetarians, which exclude all meat, poultry, and fish. Although, they include eggs and dairy

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    Feminists on Meat-Eating

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    Some feminist thinkers also believe that meat-eating is wrong, basing their argument on sexual politics. Carol Adams (The Sexual Politics of Meat) believes that men showing their dominance over animals, with the ability to kill and eat them, mirrors the patriarchal society in which we live, whereby men control women. To talk about eliminating meat is to talk about displacing one aspect of male control and demonstrates the way in which animals' oppression and women's oppression are linked together

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    A vegetarian is a person who does not eat meat poultry and fish. Vegetarians eat mainly fruit, vegetables, legumes, grains, seeds and nuts. Vegetarians are classified into multiple categories, which is distinguished by their eating habits and choice of food. Lactovegetarians exclude meat, poultry, fish, and eggs from their diet, but include dairy products. Most vegetarians in the United States are Lacto-ovevegetarians, which exclude all meat, poultry, and fish. Although, they include eggs and dairy

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    Morality in Eating Meat

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    because of religious reasons say yea. For some people eating beef is not morally right, either because they believe the animal has the right to live just as much as we (humans) do or simply because they feel they can obtain nutrients and nourishment an alternate way. For cattleman, chicken farm producers, slaughterhouses, and etc. whose livelihood depends on the producing livestock for the American people are advocates for the consumption of meat. Some classify these people as animal killers because

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    Is Eating Meat Wrong

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    Meat is more than just a saran-wrapped package that one buys at the store. It is an animal that went through a grueling process to provide customers with a home-cooked meal. I do not enjoy the fact that these animals unwillingly were born and slaughtered just to provide us this, when there are other options to be had. I am a vegetarian and have been for a little more than a year. I am healthy and believe that if anyone put their mind to it, they could accomplish becoming one as well. Eating meat

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