The GORILLA - a vegetarian by nature and design - is the strongest animal on earth, pound for pound. The same is true of other large and strong mammals on earth - the elephant, hippopotamus, giraffe, rhinoceros, wild horse, buffalo. They are all plant eaters. Imagine that! All these really strong, gigantic animals get all their protein needs from the amino acids, the building blocks of protein, in plants. That is solid proof in nature that vegetarians can not only get more than enough protein but can also build large, defined muscles.
Curiosity - eating too much animal protein actually strips your body of beauty, because digestion of protein produces toxins in the body. This makes sense when you think about how your body works. It causes a great strain on your liver to process all the uric acid created from digesting animal protein. And that's big trouble, because your liver has a lot of work to do: your liver is the largest internal organ, and it's in charge of metabolizing fat and cleansing the body of toxins. Your long intestinal tract is simply not designed to process large amounts of meat. Because we have a intestine with so many feet, it takes so long to that meat goes away, and can start to putrefy, or, rot, causing unhealthy bacterial growth and toxicity.
Our skin face - Digesting protein creates all sorts of by-products in the body, like purines, uric acid and ammonia, all of which create acidity in the body. When our blood is clogged with toxins, it can't transport as many beatifying minerals, and these toxins can age and clog the skin cells of our face.
"Ammonia, which is a breakdown product of a high-flesh-food diet, is directly toxic to the system. It has been found to create free radical damage and cross-linking (a process associated with skin wrinkles and aging), as well as depletes the body's energy."
Gabriel Cousens, M.D.
I have tried to be vegetarian and healthy eating, after so many things that I've read, I am gonna try harder!!!!
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