actually it is not that simple for example the iron absorbtion into your body. There are pleanty of foods that interfefere whit each other and can increase/decrese the absorbtion of a certain element, sometimes 5-10 times! If you for example eat thet meat with some cheese or cream souse you may not absorb it at all or absorb very few.
Isn't that the same for vegetables?
Those simple calculations here and there are to a big degree irrelevant for me. 100g of spinach can come in a salad with other vegs and is not a problem at all. Cooking them is also possible, you don't eat the meat row too, no?
If you incorporate spinach in a salad, how much do you use? 20g? In the end, with other vegetables added, the salad will contain about the same amount of iron as a whole bag of spinach. If you cook the spinach, you don't have many other options combination-wise.
BTW I also don't understand that protein concerns. You can hardly become protein deficient is you eat some 2000 calories per day no matter what you eat. There is a protein into absolutely everything.
You totally missed my point tbh. I never said that it is unhealthy or that meat is better for your health. I do think it requires less of an effort being healthy as a meat-eater than as a vegetarian, if only because most of us are omnivores and we have more options while vegetarians need to actively look for substitutes. If you can't put in the work, you can end up with a vegetarianism-related deficiency quite easily. It's not a lifestyle for lazies. This is what I have been saying for the past three posts and what everybody is ignoring (because they want to?). If you can be healthy as a vegetarian, great, yayyy, but some fail to do so because it's demanding.
Also nobody is mentioning about if the protein consumtion is too much? Do you think that is healthy?
Probably nobody is talking about it because it isn't relevant to the discussion.