The Importance Of Eating Animal Products And Meat

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“Open your lunch boxes! Let me see that lunch kids, don’t hide” Something you would hear every single day during school before going to recess, the teachers shouted those words to check our lunchboxes to see if our mothers where sending us a complete and “balanced” meal. Everyone lined up to show that they had their portions of vegetables, fruit, a form of carbohydrates and of course, the most important one, your protein. It could be from a ham and cheese sandwich to a small milk box, but you needed to have those animal products. If your lunchbox didn’t include all of these items they would send a note back to your parents saying that they were not feeding their children properly. Until a few months ago I used to believe all of this was correct, that eating animal products and meat was the best choice for your health not only because they provided the right amount of protein and nutrients but also because these products “are” fundamental in the human diet. I grew up in a…show more content…
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