December 10, 2019
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Seven Reasons Why We're Not Built To Eat Meat

Seven Reasons Why We're Not Built To Eat Meat
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  Carnivores Herbivores Human beings
Teeth Long canines to tear the flesh Flat molars to grind the plant food Flat molars, to grind nuts and vegetables
Jaws Open wide,to capture prey,but don't move sideways to grind plants Can't open wide enough, but can move from side to side ,to grind plants Can't open wide enough, but move from side to side, to grind nets, vegetables
Claws Long, sharp No claws No claws
Bowel Walls Smooth, to let food move along quickly Full of pouches. Meat could get stuck & putrefy Full of pouches. Meat could get stuck & putrefy
Intestines Very short,meat can pass through quickly Very long, meat could putrefy Very long, meat could putrefy
Stomach Highly acidic, digest meat easily Very alkaline, digest carbohydrates easily Very alkaline, digest carbohydrates easily
Instincts When they see their prey bleeding they pounce on it When they see small animals, they don't yearn to kill them When humans see a bleeding animal, they get repulsed

Average Nutritive value of Foodstuffs(raw) per 100g

Foodstuffs Protein(g) Fat(g) Fibre(g) Calorie
Careals 9.9 2.3 71.0 344
Dals 23.3 2.1 57.6 349
Whole grams 21.9 1.9 59.2 335
Green leafy vegetables 3.8 0.6 57.6 45
Roots & tubers 1.2 0.2 6.0 70
Nuts & Oilseeds 15.2 46.6 6.3 578
Fruits 1.1 0.4 17. 6 79
Fish 19.7 2.6 3.0 112
Meat 20.4 4.9 0.4 127
Chicken 25.9 0.6 0 109
Egg 13.3 13.3 0 173
Milk 3.6 5.8 4.7 85
That meat is a must for protien is a myth. A carefully chosen vegetarian diet gives proteins,is less flattening, has more fibre and gives more calories for the same amount.
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