[quote]Originally posted by sizzle chest:
<strong>Spline Model, the fact that you're physically fit and even athletic, while eating an extremely meat-heavy diet, does not constitute any kind of proof that a meat-heavy diet is the most healthy. There are far more world-class distance runners who eat a diet with very little meat, and who find that a too-heavy diet bogs them down.
Does that mean I think you're lying, and that you're not really a physically fit person with a meat-heavy diet? No, I believe you. I was once a physically fit person with a meat-heavy diet too!
But there are also lots of examples of the opposite.... Dave Scott, Edwin Moses, etc.</strong><hr></blockquote>
there will ALWAYS be exceptions. I personally stopped eating meat for no particular reason, I never liked the texture and feel of beef much to begin with, I did like the taste but I didn't like how it felt and I didn't like that it came from(or usually came from) animals who have been chemically treated and ****ed with so much. I still really like chicken....though I don't eat to much of it, Like I offically don't eat chicken, but Don't be too surprised if I have a chicken sandwich every once in a while(not likely since I got morning star chicken sandwhiches
I never really liked the taste of pork or the greasiness of bacon and sausage so that was easy to put down.
but I've always liked the texture and flavor of fish, so much so that I still eat it regardless.
there are always bound to be exceptions and people that are super healthy and onl yeat meat, or people that are unhealthy and have a super balanced diet and excerise alot....so individual examples definatly don't PROOVE any general things.