We're going to have to agree to disagree then.
updated by @shade-of-ashes: 07/24/15 12:04:40PM
However THIS is a FACT:
riught exactly you have an opinion based on belief i am offering fdacts based on statistics and studieds as well as biology and experience
and you cannot deny that a child wiuld eat an apple and play with a bunny and not the other way around
all youve offered is opinions
It's possible to have opinions based on so-called "facts." Science is a religion these days, anyhow. There are facts, and then there are opinions. Facts do not have opinions, people do. Everyone will make their own choice. For better or worse, we will all return to the earth from whence we came, along with all the plastic, carnage, civilzations, pollutions....everything will return to the source, no exceptions. So live your life how you will.
BTW this is a really interesting discussion. I will say that the night that I read this discussion, I circumstantially ate too much meat (I rarely eat meat, only when with my parents who do eat meat), and I DEFINITELY had indigestion for a solid 12+ hrs lol. That experience combined with some points brought up in this discussion made me seriously consider going off of meat. I do fast from meat for long periods for spiritual reasons, but my body will always feel stronger and better nourished when I eat it occasionally. In my experience. And, yes, I do eat a balanced diet when vegetarian or vegan.
Eating a ton of oils and starches is what's giving people heath problems. Humans were eating meat since they were living in caves. It has been proven looking at their skeletal remains, that they even had a more healthy, muscular structure during these times and even had better teeth. Humans started getting sick around the time they started eating oils and too many starches and grains. A lot of the "studies" behind how meat is bad for you is a huge scam. Shade of Ashes is 100% right. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pue5qVW5k8A
I think humans are opportunistic creatures, & we would (**before super markets) eat what we had to when we had to. We probably stalked/hunted animals long before we would ever try to outrun them. Balance in life is a beautiful thing. I think eating a meat free diet for spiritual reasons definitely makes sense to me though. These are just my thoughts.
we do eat alotta things that arent really foods in indo=ia i think it was they eat a type of clay thats hard was a rock it contains mineralks so has some nutritional value but still..its a rock
many foods you eat that have "natural flavours" or 'natural colors" have things that u wouldnt normaly think of as food like vanila ice cream has the anal gland of a beaver as a flavor (yumjny huh) and some foods with red coloring have ground up bugs
theres way more exam0oples but also somde of the preservatives binding agents thivckeners etc etc are simply industriaol waste products these would cost money to properly dispose of safely..but add it to food and itrs profitable
make no mistake..just cause humand eat itr or have eatten it for years does nit mean its naturaly part of thier diets nor does it mean its healthy in any way