Dr. Milton Mills Explains How Humans Have A “Strict” Vegan Physiology & Anatomy

God said, "Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is on the surface of all the earth, and every tree which has fruit yielding seed; it shall be food for you."

“When you actually look at the way our digestive systems are constructed, we have the anatomy and the physiology of a strict plant eater or herbivore.  We don’t have any adaptations in our digestive system or in our physiology that is adapted to eating or consuming animal flesh. And that’s why we can’t consume animal flesh without the aid of technology. But when you look at the jaw structure, jaw mechanics, our esophagus, our stomach and the length of our intestines, it’s clear that we have the anatomy of a committed herbivore.”

The quote above comes from Dr. Milton Mills, an internal medicine physician who, in the video below, explains that human beings aren’t really built to digest meat, or, at the very least, they have a choice. More and more research is pointing towards the benefits of consuming a plant-based diet.

“Studies are confirming the health benefits of meat-free eating. Nowadays, plant-based eating is recognized as not only nutritionally sufficient but also as a way to reduce the risk for many chronic illnesses.” – Harvard Medical School (source)

Instantaneously, the title of this article alone will receive instant backlash, and that’s normal. We’ve literally been brainwashed into the idea that our body requires meat to survive, and this just simply isn’t true. The science actually points to the fact that meat is simply a choice, and like milk, our body actually has to adapt to be able to digest it. We lose enzymes that are used to digest protein from meat and fat if we don’t eat meat for a while. If one went vegan for a year and chose to eat meat again, it would sit in the stomach a little longer because the body has to put the necessary mechanisms into place in order to try to digest it.

An article by Rob Dunn written for Scientific American by titled “Human Ancestors Were Nearly All Vegetarians“, goes into great detail about this issue, from an evolutionary perspective, brining up multiple details and points about how our guts might be evolved to stick to a vegetarian diet.

Whether you subscribe to the theory of evolution, or creationism, a bit of both, or anything else it, is irrelevant to this article. This article does not go into these complexities as that is an entirely different subject, with lots of information, examination and factors to consider.

The belief that our ancestors exclusively consumed meat is false, and a great example of how many can believe a theory, or have a belief system and accept it as absolute fact when there is evidence to the contrary.

The majority of the food eaten by primates is plant-based, not animal, and there is research suggesting that it’s been that way for a long time. Our ancestors were clearly not the meat-eating caveman that they are so often portrayed to be, and even if they did eat meat, that doesn’t mean that we are genetically wired to do the same. (source)

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~Dr. Will Tuttle, World Peace Diet

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