A lot of vegans get down on carnivores, claiming that they live better and longer and whatnot, but when it comes down to it, they are just spouting out words without reason. We unvegans know the truth, or at least the research, and this research tells us that the reason we live as long as we do is because of our meat-eating.
You see, a long time ago, we weren’t too different from monkeys, but then we started eating meat. Monkeys didn’t. So now monkeys rarely live past 50 years, where we are constantly pushing into the century mark.
According to research, meat has changed our genetics, “[helping] promote brain development and mak[ing] us less vulnerable to diseases of aging, such as cancer, heart disease and dementia.” I won’t get into all of the details, which can be found here, but this news shouldn’t be surprising when you look at some of my unvegan heroes like Gertrude Baines and Freda Swift, who lived or are living a hell of a long time and give credit to meat.
Amazing what meat can do.