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Oct 02 2019

Guardian Grudgingly Admits Meat Found to Be Healthy

Meat constitutes a central component of the human diet. Our teeth are designed for chewing it. It contains essential nutrients; babies subjected to vegan diets suffer horribly (e.g., here, here, and here). Yet progressives oppose meat on ideological grounds. That’s why the moonbats at the Guardian clutch their pearls as they breathlessly denounce a study that confirms the intuitively obvious: meat is not bad for your health.

After a couple paragraphs on how bad meat is, the moonbats admit:

[A] 14-member international team led by Bradley Johnston an associate professor of community health at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada, concluded that those who like meat should not stop on health grounds. “Based on the research, we cannot say with any certainty that eating red or processed meat causes cancer, diabetes or heart disease,” he said.

Then the Guardian goes back to telling us that meat is bad. It hurts animals and the planet, et cetera. Most of the piece is devoted to disputing the study.

Nonetheless, saying that meat in reasonable quantities as part of a balanced diet is bad for people is like saying nuts are bad for squirrels. It’s what we eat.

On a tip from Steve T.

2 Responses to “Guardian Grudgingly Admits Meat Found to Be Healthy”

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