Why Meat is the Best Worst Thing in the World 🍔

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  1. Mmmh, makes me want to get them chic fil a nuggets.

    Glad it had the whole eating meat doesn't make you a bad person and mot eating meat doesn't make you a good person.

    I like the unbiased take but the Bob's burgers characters weirded me out more than the animal abuse…

  2. Thank you! I showed this to my friend and he said he now understands better why I have become a vegetarian. He is not planning to live a meatless life himself, but will opt it out a few days in a week. I am very proud of him.

  3. This video made me order smaller portions of meat and now I make sure not to waste meat. I'm also trying to eat more fruits and vegetables. This was the right way to persuade people. Thank you for not calling me a monster because I enjoy some fried chicken.

  4. I really don't care about the morality of killing a animal and eating it if I am hungry. You kill plants the same way and they have been shown to react to stimuli and communicate, just in different ways to what we are used to.

  5. You have a point…you mean that we should eat 3 days a week meat and not everyday but still we can survive without meat…we arent in survive situasion right now so why we have to eat meat? You can survive with plants!

  6. Not everything is true in this video actually. I am on vertical diet, eat 500g of beef a day. But it's nothing compared to those carnivore diet people who eat meat only (and some eggs). They really are the healthiest and they doesn't age at all. We were carnivores 99,9996% of the time. We started to eat plants and carbs only a few thousand years ago. And now with plants, carbs and fake foods (almost every vegan food is toxic fake food) we are at the most unhealthy state of existence. We have never been so unhealthy, with so many cases of cancer, diabetes or heart attacks ever. This is what plants made us.

  7. Everyone else after seeing what happens to animals: OH FUCKIN SHIT, I FEEL BAD
    Me: I don't see why I should give a fuck for anything besides the fact they're wasting my fucking trees.

  8. My family always check the package about how it was produced.
    Pork meat we only buy from pigs from farms on Bornholm. (An island in Denmark)
    Chicken we only buy from farms that have treated them nicely and not shredded them in grinders.
    Beef we buy from trustworthy Danish farms.

  9. Thank you so much for supplying me a video of telling me all of the terrible things that the meat industry does, so to do my part instead of buying a quarter pounder tomorrow I will settle for a triple bacon cheeseburger with a side of chili cheese fries, sorry not sorry 😉

  10. This needed to be made for the weak people who can’t stomach watching real documentaries like the ones from Aussie farms about where their “food “ comes from. I’m not a vegan btw , hell im bout to cook some skirt steak rn👌

  11. Although I agree with the overall concept of this video, I have to say this is the only video that I think @kurzgesagt did not correctly research and somehow misrepresented a few things:

    organic: more about the ingredients (or how animals are fed and maintained by humans in terms of medication), not how they kept

    free range: this is about how they are kept.

    wild farmed: this applies to wild animals (e.g. deer) that cannot be necessarily put into feedlots, but kept in an enclosed area that is almost the same size of their natural habitat (somehow like free range, but it's actually in an environment that is almost as big as the animals natural habitat). supplements and human intervention (e.g. vets) can exist but
    wild farmed can also be organic.

    wild caught: this is where animals are hunted in the wild which feed on natural resources without human intervention.

    organic is good for humans (less antibiotics, less additives etc.) and some countries have some animal welfare guidelines included in organic certification (but organic doesnt mean cruelty free)

    free range is better for animals welfare (but this doesnt necessarily mean its organic)

    wild farmed can be a combination of the above but primarily better for certain animals' welfare (e.g. deer farming is generally comparable to free range while fish farming may not be the best cruelty free method)

    wild caught is probably one of the best options especially if it is administered correctly by authorities and the hunters actually do abide by the guidelines. Countries may have a specific program for removing overpopulation or invasive species that threaten the endemic flora and fauna and removing animals this way could be a benefit (not only you remove a threat to the other animals and plants, you also create food for humans or pets, and its cruelty free – if done properly). this does not necessarily include recreational hunting.

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