Definitely not someone who over-indulges on meat. Depending, of course, on what types of meat; but when you say "meat-eater" I imagine a caveman slurping down bloody cow meat all day. According to Dr. Andrew Weil, and many other nutrition-conscious PHD types, a diet low in animal ingredients is the healthiest one. This, to me, means either pescetarian or vegetarian. Dr. Weil himself was vegan for years, but now is a pescetarian. Hope that helps.
P.S.-Vegan can be incredibly healthy as well - one just has to ensure that they consume a variety of foods, and also take at least some important supplements to guarantee that they intake the necessary kinds of nutrients. :)
If you knew anything about healthy eating, wouldn't you know that eating meat has negative Omega 6 fatty acids?? And also understand that most forms of meat deplete your calcium and cause problems like heart disease, kidney stones, osteoporosis, high cholestrol, MANY forms of cancer, ESPECIALLY colon cancer alongside a whole shit load of other problems? Altzheimers as well. All of the things that meat or land based animals cause, seafood and fish eliminates. Proof of my arguments referenced below:
To answer your question, it is becoming very aware that the healthiest diet is that of a pescetarian, which is a diet I have chosen for the past 2 years and I am the healthiest I've ever been on paper and in regular life. The omega 3s that you get from fish are essential for brain development and I encourage you to go to the links I provided above to read about all the health benefits of fish, especially the last two on salmon and halibut! :) Hope that helps!
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