cayenne Posted December 13, 2015 Share Posted December 13, 2015 Been around W30 for a couple years now-done several months in a row with good results overall but find it difficult on a couple levels. Overall, the philosophy of meat, veggies, some fruit and fat are sound ones and I stick to that most of the time. Still overweight, though. Healthy other than that. Anyway, as I get older, I struggle with the ethical side of eating meat. If it came down to it, no way would I be the one pulling the trigger to put the animal on my plate. These is no way I can afford grass fed anything as the sole bread winner, and supporting a disabled husband. I want to make a contribution to reducing the strain of humans on this planet-I cant quit my job and fight for endangered species. I know what the W30 views are for vegetarians, etc. I want to give up meat and eggs but I know I probably wont-my husband is diabetic and eating W30 "like' is healthy for him. I feel good most of the time as well. It is just tough dealing with the ethical side. Not trying to stay true 100% to W30, what small changes or compromises could I make that honors both sides of the coin? Eating less meat overall but getting protien needs for overall health, satiety. Eat meat only at one meal? More fat at those other 2 meals, adding a whey protien shake? Eating more eggs? Cholesterol has been really high lately for some reason. I know responces will be fish-fish is great, but trying to steer away from eating anything that was alive and moving. Just trying to find a compromise between good health for me and good health for everything else. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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