Fuel for the Fire:
Showing benefits of vegetarian and low meat diets over high meat diets. (cancer, diabetes etc.)
Lower blood pressure for veggie heads
vegan diets don't improve alkalinity
High consumption of red meat promotes diabetes -> "confirms a positive association"
Less meat = less chance of cancer, diabetes, coronary heart disease.
And to be fair, I typed 'vegetarian bad' and 'vegetarian unhealthy' into pubmed and got this...
Vegetarian diets adequate for children, unless: "too much reliance on convenience foods, lack of variety and lack of exercise." Which is true for any diet.
Vegetarian diet following fasting is beneficial for rheumatoid arthritis patients
Vegetarian women less likely to develop gestational diabetes mellitus
Atherosclerosis prevented by low-fat diet
Lacto-ovovegetarian diet used to treat type 2 diabetes, athersclerosis, metabolic syndrome.
And the ONE study mostly showing evidence against a vegetarian diet
Interesting? I prefer this method over spouting opinion/talking points. If you can't find research to back it up, then don't say it. (That's an invitation to you, to do research and present it)