It is sometime argued that people should take meat out of food list (remove meat from their diet) and become Vegetarians because meat is not the only source of food, which people need to eat to be healthy help people to stay healthy. I totally disagree with this idea.
It is easily to see can be seen that meat is one of the most important elements in people's daily diet. Additionally, meat has a huge number of essential nutrients for human body and some of that can not be replaced by other artificial substances.or it is very expensive if people want to make them. For example, vitamin named B12 is only found in animals , which helps to boost our brain function; therefore,Vegetarians usually have problems with the their health about their brains especially suffering from short-term memory. because they do not have enough that kind of vitamin. They cannot remember well or feel tired frequently. There is a mecina which provides vitamin B12 but using in the long run, people might get some side effects some side effects could lead to ongoing complications.
People who have heart disease, kidney or blood problems are usually afraid of eating meat. However, doctors advice them to reduce the amount of meat cut down the amount of meat they consume but not to eliminate it permanently/ cut out of that. Patients could choose to eat some food like salmon, pork and so on. Those are not only delicious (scumptious) but also helped help to improve their health/ boost their health physically and mentally. Furthermore, meat is a kind of food which is very cheap and popular. With the developments of agriculture industry, the cost of meat is lower but the quality is higher for example chickens, pigs, fish.
In conclusion, although a vegetarian diet maybe good for people who have problems about cholesterol, heart attach attracks but I believe that meat still is an important food in people's diet is still an indispensable factor in our daily diet.
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