Humans should eat meat

Recently, a lot of scientific evidence has come out that shows how important meat has been to humans throughout their evolution. This flies in the face of a continuing trend of becoming a vegetarian or vegan. The latest piece of this puzzle comes from new fossils that show that a species which are ancestors to humans ate meat 1 million years before it was previously thought.

There are some people out there, due to good marketing and industry propaganda that believe that humans are not meant to eat meat. This notion provides a good reason for people to become vegetarians and thus, buy products that are common in vegetarian diets. However, common knowledge, common sense and scientific evidence suggest that the exact opposite is true.

If you look at your teeth, you will see at least four sharp teeth whose primary job is to cut meat. If this isn’t enough proof then looking at how modern humans evolved should convince you. Humans have been eating meat from their early beginnings. Scientific evidence suggests that meat is one of the main factors that enabled humans to become more advanced than all other species. The high caloric intake that meat provides allows humans to have more energy which enabled the human brain to grow and become what it is today. In addition, the time saved by not having to spend the entire day gathering vegetation that would equal one meal of meat allowed humans extra time to develop the most advanced social system in nature.

Usually, at one point or another truth becomes the standard. What this means from a business standpoint is that although the vegetarian trend does have steam currently, it will eventually fall out of popularity. There is no way to know how long it will last and it could be a long time but, if you are looking to invest in a new industry perhaps this information may guide you away from it. If you do invest in this industry, which can still be a good idea, perhaps this information will help guide you towards looking at it as a shorter term investment to avoid the eventual down fall.