In addition, our teeth are not those of carnivores.  We have teeth similar to 
other primates.  We can't tear into our food.  We chomp like a chimp.  Our 
teeth are suited to nuts, seeds, grains, fruit, leaves, tubers and roots.  When 
we try to shred meat, even the most tender steak or well cooked chicken, our 
teeth tend to mash it down rather than prepare it properly for digestion. Our 
gall bladders work overtime trying to deal with animal fat.  All animal flesh 
has fat in it, even the stuff listed as "lean". The meat gets stuck between our 
chompers and causes tooth decay whereas if we ate rice, beans, plants and 
fruits, we would haves less reason to floss.

Spay and Neuter your cats and dogs and your weird relatives and nasty neighbors 

 From: Marcia <>
To: "" <> 
Sent: Thursday, October 4, 2012 4:32 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Bow Hunting

Good point Natalie. The way they are being reared is a huge problem. I live in 
cattle country. I know that animals are only valued for dollars. I hear a lot 
listening to farmers, I don't say anything, that way I learn more about that 
mentality. I hugely detest gestation crates for pigs, who so do not deserve 
that. I write my congressman, sign petitions and share all that on FB. Because 
there are a ton of people out there that don't know where their food came from!

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On Oct 4, 2012, at 4:22 PM, Natalie <> wrote:

Actually, people started eating meat when the Ice Age came, they had to become 
hunters because they used to be mostly gatherers when the climate was 
conducive, and I’m sure that occasionally, they would hunt, too.
>There are people who actually live on only raw foods, fruit.  Some of the 
>Hunzas manage to survive on just “energy” – not sure how that works, mind over 
>matter? Actually, people in jungles could very easily be vegan most of the 
>time because of all the available fruit.
>As you may know, our intestines are extremely long, whereas true carnivores’ 
>are very short. In a nutshell: Carnivores also have stronger digestive acids 
>and the food moves very quickly through the intestines, in about 12 hrs.  Food 
>can be inside our intestines, putrefying  as long as 36 hours, and with weaker 
>digestive juices. 
>If things go as they are on this planet, something will seriously have to 
>change – rearing animals for food is not effective to feed the masses and also 
>destroys the planet in more ways than one.
>From:Felvtalk [] On Behalf Of Joslin 
>Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2012 2:01 PM
>Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Bow Hunting
>That is pretty insane that they all had to die. BTW, I find it interesting 
>that now people are against eating plants, how do these people live? What do 
>they eat? & your right people are not going to stop eating meat, people have 
>been eating meat since the dark ages, Tribes that still live in the jungles 
>how would they survive? People who depend on the land for food? 
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