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should definitely not eat meat.
You have at least two strong reasons not to eat meat. You object to the killing of animals for food and you know how to create a healthy, balanced diet that works for your body without meat. With that combo, there's no reason to eat meat if you don't want to.
should probably not eat meat.
If meat makes you sick or you object strongly to killing animals for consumption, you should probably avoid eating meat. However, make sure that you consult a dietitian to create a healthy eating plan.
should eat a little meat.
Even though you may not agree with all the practices of preparing animals for human consumption, it still sounds like you need a little meat in your diet for protein and nutrients. Why not explore some more ethically conscious choices, such as free-range chicken?
should eat meat.
You should eat meat. It seems like all your reasons not to eat meat are based on trends, myths, and stereotypes. Rather than make a decision motivated by peer pressure, why not do some research to find out what the real deal is?
should probably eat meat.
Even though you have some legitimate concerns about meat, you don't have the discipline or the resources to sustain a healthy, balanced meat-free diet that provides all the proteins and nutrients you need. Why not eat less meat instead?
should definitely eat meat.
You should definitely eat meat. It seems like all your reasons not to eat meat are based on trends, myths, and stereotypes. Besides, you need the protein and nutrients in your diet that meat provides.