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The History of Vegetarianism Starting in India

Posted by on Jan 26, 2013

Religions aside, there are other reasons for vegetarianism. It has been a hotly contested fact, but many people attest that producing meat in quantities, which are high enough to feed western consumption rates is harmful to the environment.

Religions aside, there are other reasons for vegetarianism. It has been a hotly contested fact, but many people attest that producing meat in quantities, which are high enough to feed western consumption rates is harmful to the environment.

“. . . Ancient human history, as recorded by archeological findings, points to the very earliest vegetarianism. Prior to the industrial revolution, very little, if any meat was consumed by cultures around the world. Some argue that even our digestive systems are those of plant eaters, not meat eaters, since we have several feet of colon, a long and complex, often sacculated tube, which excess food must be excreted from, whereas meat eaters have short colons and can excrete rotting flesh quickly before it has the chance to pollute the other organs of the body. No matter your preference for meat or vegetable, there is a history which points to the consumption of primarily plant-derived food, which begins in ancient India. . .” READ MORE

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