IELTS Writing Task 2 : Some people choose to eat no meat or fish

IELTS Writing Task 2

Some people choose to eat no meat or fish. They believe that this is not only better for their own health but also benefits the world as a whole. Discuss this view and give your own opinion.

Write at least 250 words.

Model Essay 01 :

Nowadays, people are free to make a lot of options related to food. Some of them argue that eating meat or fish have a fundamentally beneficial influence on our planet and own life, while many others contend that it has a detrimental effect as well. To my view of thinking, meat and fish are one of the most important foods for our normal health condition, so it is harmful to refuse it absolutely.

Firstly, meat and fish provide a lot of useful vitamins. It is extremely necessary for our normal vital processes such us growing or maturing. Lack of this material causes serious disabilities. Moreover, the amount of fish and animal should be regulated due to the shortage of feed in the water and earth, which is needed. On the other hand, the destruction of fish and animal could cause disappearance of specific species. For instance, there are a lot of special species of fish that are written into a red book but still killing illegally. This negative aspect provides harmful acquaintances which should be solved globally.

In my opinion, people should not refuse it totally because it has a negative influence on their health. I convinced that this problem could be solved by a smaller quantity of meat and fish. This solution guarantees a smaller request for these products and a positive effect on the balance of living organisms on earth.

Taking these points into consideration, I would like to say that there some advantages and disadvantages bought by eating meat and fish. However, in my opinion, the supply of this product should be regulated very carefully saving the balance of these organisms, but nobody should refuse this material wholly due to useful materials which are taken.

Model Essay 02 :

A healthy diet plays a very important role in maintaining people’s health. Some people argue that we should eat no fish and meat to have our own health better and it is also value to the world. In my opinion, I agree that this will bring many advantages but also causes several drawbacks.

First of all, it is undeniable that by dint of eating like a vegetarian, people will have a nice body and more chance to avoid several chronic diseases. To specify, vegetables and fruits, which contain a rich source of vitamins and minerals, will enable people to keep fit and healthy body. Moreover, with a low amount of fats, cholesterol, or saturated fats, people will not have to worry about gaining weight or obesity as well as other related health issues like high blood pressure or heart diseases. For example, since I ate more vegetables, my body became stronger and my weight stayed unchanged over time.

On the contrary, it is obvious that by no means could this kind of diet have no negative effect on our health and life styles… As a consequence of eating no meat and fish, people will not gain sufficient proteins and fats so that they will not have enough energy for their daily activities. For instance, my mother try to eat as a vegetarian in several days, but she always feel tired and can not perform anything well.

On the other hand, thanks to the vegetarian meals we can contribute to save the world. In more details, the fact is that every year, the food processing industry consumes a large amount of clean water to produce meat or beef and release tons of waste and smoke to the environment. Additionally, due to the over fishing for food, many species of fish in sea, rivers, lakes are endangered and facing with the extinction. Therefore, if we remove meat and fish from our meal, we can prevent this.

In conclusion, it is not always good if we only eat vegetables but we should reduce the amount of meat and fish as well as eat more vegetables for healthier living.

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