The debate "The lower human beings eat down the food chain consistently the longer human beings live on average" was started by
October 23, 2018, 9:53 pm.
8 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 16 people are on the disagree side.
People are starting to choose their side.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
Matthew354 posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
Nemiroff posted 3 arguments to the disagreers part.
Matthew354, Daisythecat, Juju and 5 visitors agree.
Nemiroff, NitinTher, crispsandchips, serinahannah, HelloWorLd and 11 visitors disagree.
really, except fish we only eat the bottom 2 levels of the food.pyramid, and yes plants are generally healthier, but I'm not sure if it's a consistent change as we keep going higher.
is lion meat less healthy then cow?
it still leaves the least healthy animals as grass eating bottom of the food chain. even chickens which are much healthier can eat worms which is at least one step above cows and pigs.
is higher up food chain meat really less healthy? this reddit argument seems to cut to the chase:
"What would you feed a massive "herd" of dogs, for instance? Cows? Might as well cut out the middle man (or dog, in this case) and just eat the cattle."
I wish I could add in that exception for fish, but I could only fit so much into the argument discussion box
I almost agreed, but it seems to be more of the more advanced the animal the less healthy it is.
red meat is the most unhealthy, and it's sources are plant eaters, just one step above the bottom. fish can be huge carnivores at the top of their chains, and are incredibly healthy, except for the mercury.