- Oct 10, 2010
You bring up some good and relevant thinking there, Bro.What do you think about the human digestive tract being a carnivore gut? I have listened to both sides. One Dr said we our gut is not designed just for meat. We have something where our large and small intestines meat and we wouldn’t have a large and a small intestine if we were designed just to eat meat. We are truly omnivorous per our gut. Part is designed to digest meat another for vegetables. According to this Dr. Sorry don’t recall the name. She mentioned the oxalates/ phytates but said there’s no proof of that. Or something to that affect. She wasn’t saying that many have issues with certain vegetables but that we shouldn’t avoid all of them. Thought that a carnivor or restricted diet was a good way to get relief from digestive issues and then slowly add in food one at a time to figure out what your body can have without issues. But that we should be eating both meats and vegetables for proper nutrition. I am just curious what u guys think about our digestive system being designed for both and if not why? Or should I start a new thread?
My go to for best input on this is, Dr Bill Schindler.