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HUMAN IS CONFIGURED ONLY FOR VEGETARIAN

  • Date : 21 Apr 2016

The vast majority of people have been educated to believe that we are omnivores. Yet human anatomy shows that we were not physiologically designed to eat the flesh of animals or even fish.
In particular, it is noted that:
Man has the exact same anatomical and physiological characteristics that herbivores and not those of omnivores or carnivores.
Our canines have the same size as the other teeth in the case of herbivores.
Moreover, unlike omnivorous and carnivorous, man must cook meat and invent recipes to make it more digestible and anonymous - and the sight of a dead body disgusts normal people rather than make them salivate.
The infants generally hate meat. We must force them, or format (to become big and strong like Daddy ... or the head like mom!).
Here are the results of a comparative scientific study on 16 points, between carnivores / omnivores / Herbivores and humans, sobering (for mutien.com)
CAPACITY OF THE STOMACH:
Carnivore: 60-70% of the total volume of the digestive system.
Omnivore: 60-70% of the total volume of the digestive system.
Herbivore: Less than 30% of the total volume of the digestive system.
Human: 21-27% of the total volume of the digestive system.
ACID STOMACH:
Carnivore: pH less than or equal to 1.
Omnivore: pH less than or equal to 1.
Herbivore: pH of between 4 and 5.
Human: pH of between 4 and 5.
SALIVA :
Carnivore: Acid, salivary glands underdeveloped No ptyaline.
Omnivore: Acid, salivary glands underdeveloped No ptyaline.
Herbivore: Alkaline, Many ptyaline, salivary glands developed.
Human: Alkaline, Many ptyaline, salivary glands developed
CANINE:
Carnivore: Very long, strong, big.
Omnivore: Very long, strong, big.
Herbivore: reduced or no size.
Human: Small size.
LIVER:
Carnivore: Rip well uric acid and vitamin A.
Omnivore: Rip well uric acid and vitamin A.
Herbivore: Rip only uric acid produced by the body and evil vitamin A.
Human: Rip only uric acid produced by the body and evil vitamin A.
SKIN:
Carnivore: No pores. Cooling by panting.
Omnivore: No pores. Cooling by panting.
Herbivore: Many pores. Sweating through the skin.
Human: Many pores. Sweating through the skin.
INTESTINE:
Carnivore: 3 to 6 times the length of the body.
Omnivorous: 4 to 6 times the length of the body.
Herbivore: 10 to 12 times the length of the body.
Human: 10 to 11 times the length of the body.
NAILS:
Carnivore: Claws (strong, hard).
Omnivore: Claws (strong, hard).
Herbivore: soft nails (or shoe).
Human: soft nails.
JAW:
Carnivore: Mobile vertically (to rip, shred).
Omnivore: Mobile vertically (to rip, shred).
Herbivore: Mobile vertically and laterally (to chew, crush).
Human: Mobile vertically and laterally (to chew, crush).
JAW MUSCLES:
Carnivore: Muscle temporal.
Omnivore: Muscle temporal.
Herbivore: Masseter.
Human: Masseter.
URINE:
Carnivore: acid.
Omnivore: acid.
Herbivore: Alkaline.
Human: Alkaline.
VITAMIN C :
Carnivore: Able to synthesize with his body.
Omnivore: Able to synthesize with his body.
Herbivore: Requires a daily intake by food.
Human: Requires a daily intake by food.
URASE:
Carnivore: Presence of urase (breaks down uric acid meat).
Carnivore: Presence of urase (breaks down uric acid meat).
Herbivore: No urase.
Human: No urase (badly decomposed toxic uric acid).
COLON:
Carnivore: Short, simple and smooth.
Omnivore: Short, simple and smooth.
Herbivore: Long, complex with villi.
Human: Long, complex with villi.
MUSCLES OF THE FACE AND MOUTH:
Carnivore: Reduced to a large mouth opening.
Omnivore: Reduced to a large mouth opening.
Herbivore: Well developed. Small mouth opening.
Human: Well developed. Small mouth opening.
KIDNEY:
Carnivore: Urine very concentrated.
Omnivore: Urine very concentrated.
Herbivore: Urine moderately concentrated.
Human: Urine moderately concentrated.
You saw the similarities between herbivores and Human?
ALL scientists who have studied the issue agree: The Human is not an omnivore like school we learned, but a strict vegetarian!
We operate such engines that we would feed with an unsuitable fuel - which inevitably entails: contamination, loss of power and durability.
Here aside in a sobering information: between the wars (14/18 and 39/45), butcher shops were opened in the villages. The archives report that from that moment the customer doctors has doubled in attendance.
Well, I was saying it to furnish the conversation, but I'm not yet to cross the street when I meet "scavengers". I'm just a little sad for them about their spiritual consciousness whose balance is becoming increasingly anachronistic in light of the current rapid technological surge, after so many centuries of stagnation and barbarism.
Michel Dogna