Guest Post Courtesy of the Xtend-Life Blog
This popular idiom carries more weight than meets the eye. We’ve all heard that eating red meat is bad for you and with more and more headlines suggesting that people seek meat substitutes; I must admit I’m getting a bit worried that the media may be causing consumer paranoia. Twice a day I’m reminded why I can both meat and vegetables. Whenever I brush my teeth, I see a dental formation that is suited for an omnivorous diet. Now I perfectly understand why some people choose to live a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle, but that’s a discussion for another time…let’s focus on the consumption of red meat for this blog entry. I enjoy foods like fruit, nuts, vegetables, fish, poultry and seeds. I also enjoy eating red meat. I know that all these foods are good for me and that like everything, eating them in moderation is key for maintaining good health.
One Man’s Meat Is Another Man’s Poison?