**FACT** The idea that we must eat meat to supply protein for our bodies is a LIE. Factually, our bodies CANNOT assimilate the protein found in meat or any other animal source because of its very complex forms. The food must be digested and broken down into amino acids. The liver re-forms the amino acids into useable protein for our bodies. Furthermore, when meat is cooked the amino acids in the meat are coagulated or destroyed. Meat releases large amounts of uric acid into our bodies when eaten. Uric acid is TOXIC to the human body. The human body does not even have the enzyme "uricase" to break down uric acid! In order for humans to get any nutritional value from meat it would have to be eaten raw, like the carnivores. However, carnivorous animals, which can live on raw meat, have very little in common with humans.
HERE IS A LIST OF PHYSIOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MAN AND CARNIVORE:
CARNIVORE: Long, sharp, pointed teeth for ripping and chewing flesh. Jaw moves up and down ONLY for tearing and biting.
HUMAN: Have molars for crushing and grinding and jaws that move side to side for eating vegetation.
CARNIVORE: Stomach is a simple round sack that secretes 10 times more hydrochloric acid than humans.
HUMAN: Stomach is oblong, complex and convoluted with a duodenum, the tube that leads to the small intestine.
CARNIVORE: Intestines are 3 times the length of the trunk, i.e. about 6 ft. in length designed for rapid expulsion of meat, which rots quickly.
HUMAN: Intestines are 12 times the length of our trunks, i.e. about 28 ft. designed to keep food until all nutrients are extracted.
CARNIVORE: Liver will eliminate 10-15 times more uric acid than the human liver.
HUMAN: Liver produces no "uricase" enzyme to eliminate uric acid.
CARNIVORE: Do not sweat through their skin and have no pores.
HUMAN: Sweat through the skin to eliminate wastes.
CARNIVORE: Urine is acid.
HUMAN: Urine is alkaline.
CARNIVORE: Tongue is rough for licking blood and flesh.
HUMAN: Tongue is smooth.
IMPROPERLY DIGESTED PROTEIN
When we humans eat meat, it has to pass through long and convoluted alkaline intestines that the meat stays in the human body for as much as 2 to 4 days before passing through in stool. During this time it is decomposing and putrefying at our constant 96.8 degree of body heat. This putrefaction releases and sends toxins throughout the body and is one of the major causes of colon and prostate problems, affecting people today. The toxic burden to the body caused by excessive protein consumption creates the "garbage" which disease viruses and bacteria feed on. Improperly digested protein poisons the lymphatic system, the bloodstream and the vital organs. The chemicals given to commercially raised animals destined for slaughter are highly dangerous.