Now the human digestive system. Meat is dead flesh and flesh begins to decay almost instantly upon death. This process is known as putrefaction. When the rotting meat is consumed, it poisons the body (The Great Law, Professor Hilton Hotema). In order for the human stomach to break down meat, it must be high in hydrochloric acid. The stomachs of humans and herbivores produce less than one-twentieth of the acid produced by carnivores. Because we cannot digest meat properly our pancreas must unnaturally produce more hydrochloric acid. This weakens the pancreas, inviting disease and sickness. After the meat passes through the stomach it goes to the intestines. Humans take about 12-18 hours to digest their food while carnivores take only 3 hours. This is because herbivores digestive systems need more time to excrete nutrients from the food. When meat passes through it does high amounts of damage to your kidneys, liver, and large intestine. When the rotting meat slowly passes through your intestines it releases a great number of toxins. Also, when your body tries to pull out the nutrients from the meat is only excretes poisons, carcinogens, and blood. This is all filtered through the livers and kidneys. The toxins are so strong and damaging that your kidneys have to work extremely hard to get it out of your system. The kidneys of a meat eater have to work 3 times harder than the kidneys of a vegetarian. This causes kidney failure and kidney disease. Young people’s kidneys can cope with the added stress but as one grows older their organs become weaker. Another fact is that carnivores eat their meat raw; humans prefer their meat cooked, but cooking it destroys the natural enzymes that aid a carnivores digestion. This means our pancreas also has to unnaturally produce these enzymes to pass the meat. When you eat animal flesh your stomach, pancreas, liver, and kidney are all over working and weakening.
Author : Symone Curry