Human anatomy and physiology reveal that
humans are vegetarian animals.
Like a vegetarian animal, our small and large
intestines measure 4 times the length of our
body; whereas, in case of carnivores, it is almost
of the same size of the animal. We do not have
fangs and claws like carnivores.
Human saliva is alkaline, containing ptyalin to
digest carbohydrates, whereas in carnivores,
it is acidic. Carnivores digest a highly proteinous
flesh diet, for which their gastric secretion is highly
acidic, whereas the human secretion is less acidic.
Humans perspire through body pores, whereas the
carnivores perspire through their tongues. Carnivores
see in darkness, whereas humans and herbivores find
it difficult to see in darkness.
”To enjoy food is alright, but to be a slave to it, is the
bane of life.”–Paramahamsa Yogananda.
”The more one concentrates on the palate, the more
s/he invites diseases.