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Some folk say that we need to eat meat in order to maintain health. 1.) Most of these arguments are based on anecdotal evidence, therefore have no empirical value. Anecdotal accounts which support vegetarianism are equally valueless) 2.) Granting for the sake of argument that a diet which optimises human health may indeed contain meat, it's not as simple as saying 'meat good, vegetarian bad'. Unhealthy diets can be both vegetarian and meat consuming. There is no correlation between general health and meat-containing diets (or vegetarian diets) in general. 3.) If it was conclusively proved that a meat-free diet reduced life expectancy or lowered general health and well-being, would it still be worth it?