And on a completely unrelated topic…a debate, if you will.
Question: If someone is a “vegetarian” and they consume meat occasionally, are they still a vegetarian or are they a Flexitarian?
I guess I don’t “get” labels. I think that there’s a lot of benefits of both meat-containing and meat-free diets. Personally, I aim to consume at least 1 if not 2 meat-free meals a day. I eat red meat on a very rare occasion, not only because I don’t prefer it, but also because of the high saturated fat content and the assocation between red meat intake and cancer, such as colon and breast cancers. Seafood, however, I could never give up.
I also do think it’s somewhat hypocritical to be a vegetarian for reasons such as animal rights and then to consume eggs and milk that are not organic or from free-range animals. It’s very true that conditions for chickens, hens, and cows are cruel and inhumane.
Thoughts on this?
I ask because of this post.
Live, Love, Eat, and Play is giving away Zevia!
Heather of Health, Happiness, and Hope is giving away POM, coupons, and Odwalla bars!
She only snores more and eats more now!