Here's a statistic for you, for what it's worth: 84% of vegetarians and vegans return to eating meat, most within1 year. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-ne ... 180953565/
Regarding India, it also has a big ticking time bomb of diabetes and related issues. Look, I never said we should all eat like Eskimos.
You still do not address the morality of killing animals because you like the taste of meat.
I find this question asked in an aggressive manner. In a similar vein, have you asked Tom about the morality of killing animals because he likes to travel?
I eat meat because that's how I evolved as a human being to thrive. Consequently, the body knowing what's good for it, has developed the taste so that I like to eat meat. That's how the food chain in this PMR evolved - what's the morality got to do with it? Now, if you want to discuss how the animals are raised and all that, it's a different thing.
It is only in recent history and factory farming that eating meat in such regularity has been a dietary norm.
You live in America, right? What were the Native Americans eating? Smoothies and almond 'milk'? Or were they living off bison meat?