I'm not ignoring any evidence. I just don't see any evidence from you about much of anything. Correlation does not mean causation. And you have to explain all outliers (Masai, Samburu, Plains Indians, Inuit, Argentinian caballeros, Siberian raindeer herders) who eat tons of meat with absolutely zero cancer or heart disease. Science is not as simple as you're making it out to be.
I'm glad you feel better than you did before, but just because that was the case for you does not mean it is the case for everybody. And there are other factors at play. It is not as simple as "meat bad, vegetables good." I don't go around telling people to eat what I eat because it works for me. That's up to each individual to figure out.
The reality of the situation is that meat has been a mainstay in the human diet for 2.5 million years. That's documented science. The things that have not are vegetable oils, hydrogenated fats, refined sugar, high fructose corn syrup, high gluten refined flour, and additives galore. Why do you not think these are the culprits in disease? Why blame meat?
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