I like that every defensive meat eater on here dismisses this study as being "biased" without providing any evidence of their own.
Eating no meat, red or otherwise, is perfectly fine. If you also give up eggs and milk you need to find other ways to get some types of omega-3 and in certain situations where you should be paying attention to your diet anyway, you should still do so as a vegan, but all in all, it's fine.
I know, who am I? How about Mayo clinic:http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/vegetarian-diet/HQ01596
Yup, looks like it's fine. +Jordan Clark
Awesome. I turn down every piece of meat within walking distance priced at under $10 every day (you could make an argument that I don't turn down the ones that cost more because it would impact me economically). Most days, given the offerings, that's well over 1000 servings of meat.
Unless you just suggest you will eat 3 meat only (no seasonings right, that would be cheating unless the seasoning is also made from pure animal product) meals for every meatless meal I eat. Then you'll have 9 meat-only meals a day, plus lets add one more for snacks. Oh, and no juice unless it's broth. Do this for one week and we'll talk, if you're not in the hospital. This was your idea though, so don't blame me if you feel terrible.
Unless you mean that you'll throw out two pieces and eat one equivalent meat product for each piece I eat. That won't make me feel too bad, as this is what most restaurants in English speaking countries do anyway, so I've pretty well come to terms with it. I'm sure your small contribution won't make much difference, and after you run out of money and good health I'll still be asking for the tastier (vegetarian) option. After all, I'm not the one eating cannibal mutated cow parts. Bon Apatite.