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originally posted by: dreamingawake
I was depressed eating meat not just the taste but how it made me feel for starters. It was an allergen to my body. Never liked it as a kid or even adult before know the issue medically.
When Jane Goodall first observed wild chimpanzees hunting and eating meat nearly 40 years ago, skeptics suggested that their behavior was aberrant and that the amount of meat eaten was trivial. Today, we know that chimpanzees everywhere eat mainly fruit, but are also predators in their forest ecosystems. In some sites the quantity of meat eaten by a chimpanzee community may approach one ton annually. Recently revealed aspects of predation by chimpanzees, such as its frequency and the use of meat as a political and reproductive tool, have important implications for research on the origins of human behavior. These findings come at a time when many anthropologists argue for scavenging rather than hunting as a way of life for early human ancestors. Research into the hunting ecology of wild chimpanzees may therefore shed new light on the current debate about the origins of human behavior.
One of the most important and intriguing questions in human evolution is when meat became an important part of the diet of our ancestors. Physical anthropologists and archaeologists have been using a number of techniques to try to answer this question. The presence of primitive stone tools in the fossil record tells us that 2.5 million years ago early hominids were using stone implements to cut the flesh off the bones of large animals that they had either hunted or whose carcasses they had scavenged.
originally posted by: Willtell
a reply to: eriktheawful
I believe humans weren't designed to eat meat.
That doesn't mean eating meat is all bad or evil
Just not eating meat alone will not guarantee good health.
originally posted by: LightAssassin
a reply to: TerryDon79
Most people can reverse their type 2 diabetes with ketogenic diet i.e. high fat, medium protein, minimal carbs