After beef, the meat consumed during parties, ceremonies and festive periods in Nigeria is poultry meat. Although cattle meat and poultry meat are on the competitive line, as poultry meat occupies the first position during festive periods, especially during Christmas and Easter. Even researchers recommend the consumption of white meat, which happened to be a class of meat that poultry meat belongs to.
Furthermore, it has been discovered that red meat (beef, chevon, mutton, etc.) are not good for human health due to the presence of cholesterol (causes cardiovascular diseases and increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease) in them. So, the alternatives available are fish and poultry.