Eating Meat

Some have asked George, what do you think about eating the meat that is out there today? Well, it’s my opinion that it’s important to eat both meat and veggies, especially the fresh organic things that are grown right here in Canada by our hardworking farmers.

First off, meat is a mighty fine source of protein and other important nutrients like iron and vitamin B12. It can help build and repair muscles, keep your immune system strong, and give you plenty of energy to work hard and play harder. But just like with anything, too much of a good thing ain’t always good. Eating too much meat can lead to health problems like heart disease and high cholesterol.

That’s where fresh veggies and fruits come in. They’re packed with all kinds of good stuff, like vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Eating plenty of veggies and fruits can help you feel full, give you energy, and keep your body healthy and strong. Plus, they taste darn good, especially when they’re grown right here in Canada by our local farmers.

When you eat veggies and fruits that are in season and grown close to home, you’re supporting your local community and helping to reduce your carbon footprint. That’s because food that’s grown locally doesn’t have to travel as far to get to your plate, which means less fuel is needed to transport it.

Plus, when you buy from Canadian farmers, you know you’re getting food that’s been grown with care and attention to quality. Our farmers work hard to produce the best crops possible, using sustainable and environmentally-friendly practices that protect the land for future generations.

So, for what it’s worth, I feel it’s important to eat meat occasionally to get the protein and nutrients your body needs, but it’s also crucial to eat plenty of fresh veggies and fruits, especially the ones grown right here in Canada. Not only will you be supporting your local community, but you’ll also be doing your part to take care of your health and the environment.

That’s all I have on the subject. GW

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