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  • #31
    Originally posted by Warmbear View Post
    This is the best answer I can find though I cant admit to completely understanding the science. I would love to know if this is correct or not.

    Does Meat Rot In Your Colon? No. What Does? Beans, Grains, and Vegetables! - GNOLLS.ORG
    Warmbear- this is great info!
    But after reading this I really wonder Why are we even eating vegetables? It sounds like they are hard on our human digestive system. Should we even eat them?? Are the necessary?

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    • #32
      Good question. I dont know.
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      • #33
        Pretty interesting article here:
        Does Meat Rot In Your Colon? No. What Does? Beans, Grains, and Vegetables! - GNOLLS.ORG
        -Chuck

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        • #34
          I like eating vegetables, so I'm going to continue.

          Though, it's interesting. since i read the article (linked), I have been watching my bowels most closely (practically as much as your average vegan! lol i kid!). and it's interesting because I haven't had gas for days and days. . . which would mean that not much is rotting in my intestines.

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          • #35
            An interesting article about our ability to digest meat. - Can Humans Digest Meat? | Roar of Wolverine

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            • #36
              Zoebird, then are you not eating veg?
              I have to eat next to none to not have gas :-(

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              • #37
                I only go twice a week. Sometimes I wonder if it is going to hurt like crazy (ie I'm constipated) but no, no issues whatsoever.

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                • #38
                  This is interesting. Any time I eat a lot of veggies, I tend to have really loose stools. Maybe I should try just meat for awhile and see how it goes.

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                  • #39
                    Alykat,

                    Opposite. I eat a lot of veg. Lots and lots and lots (by volume). Most of my meal is veg (by volume). Most of my calories, of course, are fat, then protein, then carbohydrate.

                    Today, I had 1/3 of two large heads of broccoli (steamed -- about 3-cups worth) and roasted chicken, two brazil nuts, and 5 m&ms (with my son -- we do candy treat on weekends). This evening, I'm going to have three eggs fried in butter and probably about 5 cups of salad (all kinds of mixed veggies).

                    but, according to the article, if your gut flora is in good shape, you won't have any issue with the rotting.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Bron View Post
                      I only go twice a week. Sometimes I wonder if it is going to hurt like crazy (ie I'm constipated) but no, no issues whatsoever.
                      R u NOT eating plant foods?
                      From what I have read as long as you eat high fat you should be fine with little to even no plant foods.
                      I have not been brave enough to try, but this post is kind if encouraging.

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                      • #41
                        Thank you for sharing Zoe Bird! Don't go vegan for any long periods, it could hurt your digestion of raw plant foods. Speaking from experience.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Alykat View Post
                          R u NOT eating plant foods?
                          From what I have read as long as you eat high fat you should be fine with little to even no plant foods.
                          I have not been brave enough to try, but this post is kind if encouraging.
                          Love my veges I don't eat them every day (sometimes work gets in the way and protein is much faster to prepare and cook) but no, I eat them 4+ times a week. I eat fruit as well.

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                          • #43
                            wtf are you talking about alykat? i'm thinking english must not be your first language, because your reading comprehension seems off.

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                            • #44
                              Zoebird, I think I understood you fine - you eat a lot of veg and are fine. All I was saying is too much veg (vegan) and prepared the wrong way (think a lot of raw boccolli and other fiberious veg. taken in raw) over time can weaken our digestive fire. I experienced this. I also ate a whole lot more veg than you just shared and No animal foods when this happened.

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                              • #45
                                Currently in my nursing classes (LPN) they are pushing the fiber. According to my instructors the over 65 group need that extra bulk to help peristalsis (the constant wave of movement moving food through the digestive system) in the colon to prevent constipation. I tend to disagree with most of the nutritional education I'm receiving. As for gas, everyone produces gas but it's usually only noticeable when something is wrong, wheat for most people, dairy for a lot of people.

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