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Meat Consumers: Psychology of Dietary Patterns and Proteins

John Manning

Meat consumption is firmly ingrained in Western society. It is frequently linked with affluence and a well-balanced diet, and for many individuals, it is also an established habit that is difficult to break. The second part of the twentieth century saw a significant increase in meat consumption, which resulted in increased meat production. Simultaneously, consuming meat has recently come under fire for health, environmental, and humanitarian grounds. This review seeks to highlight the possible effects of a diet change or switching to diets rich/poor in certain components on the functioning of the hormonal and neurological systems, which results in changes in mood and behavior. This study addresses the psychological factors that underpin the difficulty of altering one's food choices, as well as the difficulties experienced when incorporating new items into one's regular diet. Finally, this study outlines the limits of changing eating patterns as a result of pre-existing attitudes and behaviors.

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