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but i am 30% bananna as well and i love them
reply to post by geobro
Of course we are not the "top of the food chain". Ask any person who has been attacked by a Misc wild animal. We are part of the food web, but not the top. There isn't a top. Any animal who has carnivorous behaviors can easily pick out a human and devour us like the animals we are. If another species started harvesting humans for meat consumption, then so be it. WE ARE ANIMALS! That is what bothers me. We forget that fact. We are hunted and hunters. We have evolved to be such. Accept that.
I have eaten Monkey brains.
Any animal who has carnivorous behaviors can easily pick out a human and devour us like the animals we are. If another species started harvesting humans for meat consumption, then so be it.
I'm glad it worked out for your sister and you. I happen to know those it didn't work out so well for. This man was one of many I've heard that suffered consequences from his parent's choices.
The Longevity Diet: The Abkhasia
Once known as "the longevity capital of the world", Abkhasia’s people live in the Caucasus Mountains of southern Russia.
The Abkhasia has many centenarians, all in remarkable health, attests Dr. Leaf, professor of clinical medicine at Harvard University and Chief of Medical Services at Massachusetts General Hospital, who undertook a study with National Geographic to verify their claims.
The Abkhasia primarily eat fresh fruit and vegetables (picked fresh and eaten near to immediately) as well as nuts and some whole grains.
About Adventist Health Study-2
Adventist Health Study-2 (AHS-2) is a health research study of 96,000 Seventh-day Adventists in the U.S. and Canada. Adventists, due in part to their unique dietary habits, have a lower risk than other Americans of heart disease, several cancers, and probably high blood pressure, arthritis, and diabetes. This, along with their wide variety of dietary habits, provides a special opportunity for careful research to answer a host of scientific questions about how diet (and other health habits) may change the risk of suffering from many chronic diseases.
enerally it was found that among the non-Hispanic Californian population, those identified as Seventh Day Adventists lived longer, on the average of 7.3 extra years for men, and 4.42 more years for women.
Among the Adventist population itself, it was found that high physical activity, frequent consumption of nuts, vegetarian status, and medium body mass index each result in an approximate 1.5- to 2.5-years gain in life expectancy. Hypertension accounts for the loss of 4.2 and 3.2 years and diabetes for the loss of 4.6 and 8.6 years in men and women, respectively.
Learn more: www.naturalnews.com...
reply to post by Char-Lee
I life without meat and BACON? I would not want to live a longer life without them.
If they didn't want to be eaten they would evolve to taste bad
Oh but I forget you were the person trying to put us off by trying to tell us we are eating humans when we buy meatedit on 8-12-2013 by boymonkey74 because: (no reason given)