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2257Re: [fukuoka_farming] RAW FOODS AND DIET IN GENERAL

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  • michael
    Mar 19, 2003
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      The tartare and carpaccio taste better already.

      On Monday, March 17, 2003, at 04:34 AM, Ingrid Bauer/Jean-Claude Catry
      wrote:

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      >
      > Even if our digestive tract is the shortest of all primates (it's the
      > first time I read that, but you may be right), it is certainly far from
      > being as short as in carnivorous species, and also does not have the
      > mighty proteases, especially ureases, which carnivores do have !
      > .
      >
      > yes because we are not designed to be carnivorous and eat freshlly
      > killed
      > meats but we are designed to eat ripen meats on left over of
      > carnivorous
      > kill . this is a process where the proteins are starting to break
      > down and
      > free amino acids released.we don't need the high acid digestion of
      > carnivorous animals .
      > the cooking of meats is mimiking this natural predigestion but at the
      > the
      > expense of creating new compounds that doesn't exist in the meat some
      > are
      > known to be highlly cancerigenous .
      > By experiences of many peoples who are used to eat raw meats , it is
      > the
      > easiest food to digest, way easier than raw vegetables or nuts and
      > seeds
      > .fruits pass quicklly from the stomach to intestine but trigger exces
      > insuline secretion and by reaction require eating more shortly after .
      > we evolved as scavengers and gatherers of plants .
      > jean-claude
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