Thursday, 5 January 2012

Why humans began eating meat?

Why humans began eating meat?, maybe the first time we heard a very unnatural, to eat animal flesh. After all, we live not so far from animals ourselves. Maybe even felt cannibalistic. There are probably not many intellectuals who know that the difference between humans and other animals.humans are pure vegetarians, they live in harmony with the earth and with other creatures co-habiting the planet with them. Their closest animal relatives, the apes, a vegetarian. Eating earth products, such as plants, seeds and fruits that they could gather and eat would seem natural order

Because necessity is the mother of invention. Prehistoric men who lived in frozen geographies, or who lived in an area that became devastated by fire, would have eaten anything to survive. Just like the rugby players whose plane crashed in the Andes mountains of Chile, and were forced to eat the flesh of other players who died in the crash, earliest man at some point had to make the choice for survival, and that could have consuming meat for the first time and changing human history – and health – forever.

Can we imagine that men first ate meat that had been charred or cooked by virtue of being caught in a natural forest fire, we know that the carcinogenic substances contained in baked goods is dangerous. They might have subsequently eaten raw meat, if necessary, but we can also imagine that our earliest digestive systems rebelled against eating raw meat.

Imagine having eaten raw foods and vegetables for eons, and all of a sudden, incorporating meat products into your system. You may have heard friends who were vegetarians tell stories of trying to eat meat and becoming violently ill afterwards.

Biologists will tell you we’re really not designed to eat meat, but we adapted to it. However, in the timeline of human history, eating meat is a relatively recent evolutionary development.