Are humans meant to eat MEAT!
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When humans began adding meat to their diet, there was less of a need for a long digestive tract equipped for processing lots of plant matter. Slowly, over hundreds of thousands of years, the human. Eating meat also curbs cravings for unhealthy foods, fattening snacks, and sweets. We Are Meat Eaters Homo sapiens are meat eaters. Period.
We have incisors to tear meat, and molars to grind the meat. If we weren’t supposed to eat meat, wouldn’t you think our mouths would look more like an herbivore’s mouth?The addition of modest amounts of meat to the early human diet came with the discovery of fire, which allowed us to lower the risk of being sickened or killed by parasites and bacteria in meat. This didn’t turn our ancestors into carnivores but rather allowed early humans to survive in areas and during periods in which plant foods were unavailable or scarce. Science, nutrition, and epidemiology have shown us that we are not meant to eat meat and if anything, to avoid it completely.
Society continues to have this crazy misconception that we are somehow meant to eat meat. This cannot be farther from the truth. People.
By nature, humans are meat eaters, and our bodies are designed for it. We have incisors for tearing meat, and molars for grinding it. If we were meant to subsist on vegetables alone, our digestive system would be similar to that of the cow, with four stomachs and the ability to ferment cellulose in order to break down plant material.
Research suggests that meat-eating probably began by scavenging-eating the leftovers that carnivores had left behind. However, our bodies have never adapted to it. To this day, meat-eaters have a higher incidence of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and other problems.”.
I encounter claims that humans were designed to eat meat — that it’s in our genes, that we have teeth made for eating meat, that we need meat to get all the right nutrients — all the time in casual. But this time, it meant going after meat. This article has been adapted from Marta Zaraska’s book, M eathooked: The History and Science of Our 2.5-Million-Year Obsession With Meat. We want to.
The meat-eating that we do, or that our ancestors did even back to the earliest time we were eating meat, is culturally mediated. You need some kind of processing technology in order to eat meat. So I don’t necessarily think we are hardwired to eat meat.” There’s Something About Dairy. Humans started domesticating cattle only 10,000.
For this crowd, it has become an article of faith that not only is meat-eating bad for humans, but that it’s always been bad for humans—that we were never meant to eat.
List of related literature:
|from The Heretic’s Feast: A History of Vegetarianism|
|from Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human|
|from Should We Eat Meat?: Evolution and Consequences of Modern Carnivory|
|from The Sexual Politics of Meat (20th Anniversary Edition): A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory|
|from Food or War|
|from Practical Ethics|
|from Sins of the Flesh: A History of Ethical Vegetarian Thought|
|from A Rat Is a Pig Is a Dog Is a Boy: The Human Cost of the Animal Rights Movement|
|from The Carnivore Diet|
|from The Slow Moon Climbs: The Science, History, and Meaning of Menopause|