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    Vegetarianism, Veganism or Carnivorism!?

    Physiological aspect:
    Humans teeth, metabolism, digestion reminds more vegan animals than pure carnivores. Saying that other ways ... humans have not been ''designed'' to be carnivores ... but as we (no matter what) can also eat meat ... humans have someway developed to become omnivorous.

    Over all; we should eat much more vegetables and less meat than we do. Today's overweight problems supports that idea.

    Yes, I think that human can survive without eating any meat. And I understand if some wants to be vegan, vegeterian based on hers/his own conviction. Fully fine. What comes to eating .... for me the number one is to try to eat healthy ways, and for those people .... that will become someway more challenger. I hope all of those who has chosen that road ... can also handle it ok.

    Ethical point of few? I will not totally stop eating meat. But no doubt some people/nations/cultures should eat less meat than they do today. I mainly worry how the animals will live and are treated. There are lots of things humans could do better here, especially outside of Europe ... but even in Europe ... we can find really bad examples.

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    I eat meat and drink milk. I wouldn't call myself an omnivore because I don't eat fish and seafood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth View Post
    ... I don't eat fish and seafood.
    Why not? Fish/seafood is good.

    Of course even that is not fully harmless ... as seas (some areas) starts to be polluted ... and some of that ''stuff'' will end to marine animals.

    That is why I prefer self caught lake fishes. They are pretty clean (then the environment around is clean).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    Physiological aspect:
    Humans teeth, metabolism, digestion reminds more vegan animals than pure carnivores. Saying that other ways ... humans have not been ''designed'' to be carnivores ... but as we (no matter what) can also eat meat ... humans have someway developed to become omnivorous.
    I would say our teeth have been designed for omnivory. Sharp teeth in the front for cutting, and flat teeth in the back for grounding. However, if one look at the shape of the human body, it is much more similar to other mammals who are strictly carnivores: slender stomach and broader shoulders and hips. Just like tigers, lions and wolves. Vegan mammals, on the other hand, have a wider stomach than their shoulders and hips, like elephants, horses, deer, and pigs/boars. Even bears have that body shape, despite eating some fish in addition to a largely vegan diet. It is supposedly due to the greater amount of intestines that is required for processing a vegan foods.

    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    Yes, I think that human can survive without eating any meat.
    Only by taking vitamin B12 supplements. If a human being is deficient in B12 for a long time, they will eventually get sick and die. There's not very many natural, vegan sources for B12 in nature, and they only grow in a few places in the World. So it is very clear that human beings have always been dependent on at least some meat consumption, historically speaking. With modern technology, one can get around that today (by use of supplements), but I think it still begs the question of what other kinds of vital nutrition on is losing out on by going vegan/vegetarian, seeing as meat has always been a part of the human diet.

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    Over all; we should eat much more vegetables and less meat than we do. Today's overweight problems supports that idea.
    I'm not so sure overweight can be ascribed to high meat consumption. It has likely more to do with the composition of macro-nutrients in modern standard diets, which is often high in meat, but also high fats and sugars. Cut out the sugars, and the issue is solved. A lot of people experience massive weight loss by going on a strict carnivore diet, but also by just cutting out sugars and carbohydrates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Žoreišar View Post

    Only by taking vitamin B12 supplements. If a human being is deficient in B12 for a long time, they will eventually get sick and die. There's not very many natural, vegan sources for B12 in nature, and they only grow in a few places in the World. So it is very clear that human beings have always been dependent on at least some meat consumption, historically speaking. With modern technology, one can get around that today (by use of supplements), but I think it still begs the question of what other kinds of vital nutrition on is losing out on by going vegan/vegetarian, seeing as meat has always been a part of the human diet.
    This is incorrect but close. B12 can be found in many animals products not just meat, but being said I have been vegetarian and I found myself to be less active and sporty and overall felt lethargic and empty compared to a pescetarian diet. The latter I follow for moral reasons I explained above though, not any health benefits.
    For those benefits I am sure it matters more how natural you eat compared to how artificial, no matter for dietary rules you follow otherwise. For example Organic food versus genetically and chemically treated products, as for meat and fish of course if there has been any hormones added and what the animals ate, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    Why not? Fish/seafood is good.

    Of course even that is not fully harmless ... as seas (some areas) starts to be polluted ... and some of that ''stuff'' will end to marine animals.

    That is why I prefer self caught lake fishes. They are pretty clean (then the environment around is clean).

    I'm allergic to seafood and I just don't like to eat fish.

    I've never tried a lake caught fish. I don't think I've ever been to a lake. I imagine it must be pretty and that the fish where you live are a lot cleaner than fish from over here. I've seen men fish in the creek/river over here, and at the jetty near Haulover Beach (Atlantic Ocean), and it's terribly polluted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth View Post
    I'm allergic to seafood and I just don't like to eat fish.
    I see. Sorry to hear.

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    I've never tried a lake caught fish. I don't think I've ever been to a lake.
    Oh, we have more than 1000 lakes (thank's to Ice Age).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    I see. Sorry to hear.


    Oh, we have more than 1000 lakes (thank's to Ice Age).

    Thank you for sharing the photo. Your country is beautiful and pristine.

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    It’s carnivore for me although I came to that conclusion slowly and reluctantly. I’m so grateful I had the courage to consider giving it a try. I absolutely don’t believe I should ever tell anyone else how to eat and I think it’s a highly personal decision. Here’s me eating omnivorous (SAD) and me now as a carnivore. My quality of life is greatly improved!
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