Tuesday, November 24, 2015

If man is a carnivore or an omnivore, will he eat raw meat like animals?

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Many people ask, "If we weren't supposed to eat meat than why do we?". It is because we are conditioned to eat meat. Also, the ADA (American Dietetic Association) tells us that "most of mankind for most of human history has lived on a vegetarian or Lacto-ovo vegetarian diet."

A popular statement that meat eaters say is; "In the wild, animals kill other animals for food. It's a part of nature." First of all, we are not in the wild. Secondly, we can easily live without eating meat and killing. We all would be healthier this way.
We weren't meant to eat meat. Meat putrefies within 4 hours after consumption and the remnants cling to the walls of the intestines for 14-21 days. If a person is suffering from constipation the rotting meat can stay in the intestines for months or years.
Meat can stay in the warmth of the intestine for at least four to five days until it is digested. It does nothing but wait for passage. Often, it usually stays there for much longer. Medical doctors have found traces of undigested meat remaining in the colon for up to several months.

Furthermore, the saliva in humans is more alkaline, whereas in the case of flesh-eating or preying animals, it is clearly acidic. The alkaline saliva does not act properly on meat. Our Hydrochloric Acid isn’t strong enough to fully digest meat.

Tigers or lions that eat meat have acid-based digestive systems. Also, their intestines measures about five feet long, not twisted and turned, layer over layer, compacted into a small area like the human intestine [which is twenty feet long].

The final point on how we as humans were not meant to eat meat is this; all omnivorous and carnivorous animals eat their meat raw. When a lion kills an herbivore for food, it tears right into the stomach area to eat the organs that are filled with blood (nutrients). While eating the stomach, liver, intestine, etc., the lion laps the blood in the process of eating the dead animal's flesh. Even bears that are omnivores eat salmon raw. However, eating raw bloody meat disgust us as humans. This is why meat is cooked and seasoned to buffer the taste of the flesh.

If a deer is burned in a forest fire a carnivorous animal will NOT eat its flesh. Even circus lions have to be fed raw meat so that they will not starve to death. If humans were truly meant to eat meat then they would eat  meat raw and bloody. The thought of eating such meat makes one’s stomach turn. 

If man is a true carnivore or omnivore he would eat animal flesh raw and bloody. Cooking  the  meat and seasoning it with salt, ketchup, mayo, mustard or tabasco sauce disguise the awful taste of flesh. This is the only way humans would eat meat because they refuse to eat it raw and bloody like real carnivores.

1 comment:

Jay Sekhar said...

I know these opinions are from some other site you and you copied and pasted them. But let me clear your ignorance in this matter. Humans have been eating and still eat raw meat. If you have never left India, that can explain your ignorance in this matter. All dishes I state below are very popular dishes:

Japanese (and Caucasians as well as Indians, & other races also do today) eat a dishes called 'Sushi' & 'Sashimi'. Both are made with raw fish meat, i.e. though they contain other items, what makes these dishes is the completely uncooked raw fish meat.

The French eat a dish called 'Steak Tartare' which is made with minced raw beef. And it is eaten in this raw state only. Today, most western countries including US eat it. It is a very popular dish.

The Germans eat a dish called 'Mett' which is really just minced pork. They spread it on a piece of bread and eat it.

The Dutch eat a dish called Ossenwurst, which is raw ox meat stuffed into the intestine lining (sausage).

The Thai in Thailand eat a dish called 'Koi Soi', which is pretty much raw beef with lime & other condiments. It is usually had with raw blood & bile of the animal.

The above dishes are the ones which are very popular in the west especially. But if you simply google, you will come across many other raw meat based foods eaten in Japan, Korea, Ethiopia, Middle East and the west. man is an Omnivore whether according to Sanatana Dharma or currently today.