On the contrary – you being alive proves that an omnivorous lifestyle was necessary for an unbroken chain of ancestors to have survived this far. I wonder how many were vegetarians?
You are looking at history with a “retrospectroscope”. In 300 BC (or is BCE in these woke days?) Fred Flintstone had no concept of food chains, so can’t be guilty of corrupting it. He hadn’t got a clue how much veg it took to produce a Mammoth. He just knew one would feed his loved ones, and tribe for a month. Sure, he scratched about for tasty berries and nuts (which were seasonal) because they tasted good and kept he tribe from starvation. What were they supposed to eat in the winter?
Proper farming did not start until around 12,000 years ago. That’s almost yesterday! Farming and living in the rich west has allowed you the option to be a vegetarian. Most humans don’t have that choice.
Stephanie P xx