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Animal Meat and Organ Damage

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Animal Meat and Organ Damage

Animal Meat. So how is our consumption of meat directly connected to heart disease and other problems? Animal protein is the sole source of saturated fat, the same type of fat that clogs arteries and leads to cardiovascular disease. Consumption of animal protein has been shown not only to cause heart disease but can also alter the function and structure of the kidneys. Chronic kidney disease now affects one out of every eight Americans, and 25% of those affected are not even aware. The excessive amount of protein we’re consuming puts a tremendous amount of wear and tear on the kidneys, gradually causing the function to decline, and in many cases leading to kidney disease that eventually leads to the need for dialysis. Excess animal protein increases dietary acid loads, which cause the blood to become acidic. This will ultimately increase renal acid excretion and ammonia production, triggering a condition known as metabolic acidosis. Animal Meat.

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Animal Meat. This is exactly why in practice it’s recommended to restrict protein intake to prevent the progression of kidney disease and stones. Restricting protein consumption is the equivalent of removing your foot from the accelerator of a car that’s been pressed to the max over an extended period. When we compare the impact of animal protein versus plant-based proteins, we don’t see these effects. As reported in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, a comparable amount of plant-based protein demonstrates almost no effect on the kidneys. The same goes for gout patients. Many types of meats are high purine compounds that elevate uric acid levels in the blood, leading to a gout attack. These patients often try to negotiate which meats to avoid, but everything from red meat to fish can lead to a flare-up. A good rule of thumb for overall health is animal protein of any kind will have some level of impact on our health. Animal Meat. 

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Animal Meat. To be clear, animal protein does also include fish and dairy products. The impact of a dramatic reduction in animal protein in one’s diet can sometimes bring instant results. When patients with compromised kidney function are switched to a plant-based vegan diet, we witness functional improvement to the kidneys. Studies have shown that animal protein can trigger an inflammatory response in the kidneys. A 2013 meta-analysis of meat consumption and diabetes published in Current Diabetes found that saturated and animal fat intake is associated with elevated insulin levels and insulin resistance. Also, dietary cholesterol, which is primarily found in animal protein, was indicated as a potential risk for type 2 diabetes. Both animal protein and dairy are known to stimulate insulin and burn out the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas, which causes type 2 diabetes. Animal Meat. 

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Animal Meat. The Epic-Inter Act study “The association of dietary meat consumption and incident of type 2 diabetes” followed 16,835 individuals that were observed for 11.7 years and found that for every 50 grams of animal protein (which would be equivalent to a 1/4 of a chicken breast), there was an 8% increase in risk for type 2 diabetes. Americans Eat Too Much Meat The Western diet and those who profit from it have created an insatiable craving for meat built on the foundation of misinformation and propaganda. The average American consumes 200 pounds of meat and 30 pounds of cheese annually. Americans eat more meat per person than any other people on Earth, and we’re paying the price in health care bills. As a result, Americans are twice as obese and have twice as much diabetes and nearly triple the cancer rate compared to other countries. Animal Meat. 

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Animal Meat. Americans are gorging themselves on meat without having ever considered that 800 million people are starving globally while we currently produce enough food to feed 10 billion people, or that 6 million innocent animals are killed every hour for food, or that 15 times more protein could be produced with plants on any given area of land compared to animal protein. We Were Born to Be Plant Eaters. The same science we use to determine what dinosaurs ate millions of years before human existence we chose to blatantly ignore when it comes to determining what foods were designed for our own biology. Paleobiologists primarily use the teeth and jaws from fossils to determine their diet. Sharp serrated teeth and strong jaw structures are indicative of carnivores to tear into flesh and bite chunks out of meat. The jaw of a carnivore is typically strong enough to break bones. The strength of the jaws can be determined by observing how muscles were attached to bones. Animal Meat. 

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Animal Meat. Herbivores had flat, dull, rounded teeth like ours that are exceptional for chewing and grinding plant foods. The fact that our jaws move side to side to assist with grinding when carnivores like an alligator only move up and down in a snapping motion is further proof of this. Furthermore, a plant eater’s saliva is alkaline. Ours specifically is amylase, and its primary function is to break down carbohydrates and starches into their sugar by-products. This biological design is specifically designed to eat and metabolize plant-based foods. Below is a list of plant-based protein sources. I included soy milk, tofu, and soya beans in an attempt not to be biased; however, I do not recommend using these products because all soy products contain natural anti-nutrients and phytoestrogens that can be detrimental to your health long-term. Hemp is the most bioavailable protein source in the world, whether it’s compared to plant or animal-based sources. This is because hemp is biologically, in alignment with our digestive system. Animal Meat. 

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Animal Meat. When we look at the physiological make-up of carnivores, we see man contrasts. A carnivore’s saliva is acidic in nature, which is required to break down animal protein. The stomach of a carnivore is capable of digesting rotting flesh riddled with bacteria without producing the faintest sign of discomfort. This is primarily because their stomachs produce ten times the amount of hydrochloric acid compared to ourselves and herbivores. This creates a highly acidic environment in the stomach, perfect for digesting proteins at a pH roughly 1−2 (highly acidic). This highly acidic pH makes it nearly impossible for salmonella, E. coli, parasites, worms, or other pathogens to survive during digestion. For humans and other herbivores, the pH ranges from 4−5. This is why humans must cook their meats. Animal Meat. 

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Animal Meat. The cooking process denatures the large majority of the proteins, allowing for the moderately acidic stomach to digest foods and kill some of the bacteria and pathogens that may be present. Let’s look further at how anatomy tells us what foods we are made to eat. The small intestine of a carnivore or omnivore (an animal that eats both plants and flesh) is on average 3−6 times the length of their body torso. This anatomical design allows for rapid elimination of acidic foods, like meat, to prevent the digested food from rotting. In contrast, the small intestines of herbivores are on average 10−11 times the length of the torso. So roughly that’s a small intestine comparison of 7−10 feet for carnivores vs. 20−25 feet for herbivores and humans. The elimination canal or colon of carnivores is short, and its walls are smooth. The colon for  herbivores and humans is long, with saclike pouches which make it conducive for prolonged nutrient absorption. This physiological design is a perfect pipeline for the creation of a cesspool-like internal environment when eating meat. It increases the bowel transport time, allowing food to rot and ferment. Animal Meat. 

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