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you need to stop eating meat if you are to evolve

 
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Re: you need to stop eating meat if you are to evolve
It was discovered recently that cattle help fertilize the soil that they graze. Without them the soil becomes depleted and would eventually become a Eastland. Then nothing would grow at all. Shit stinks but it makes plants grow better than anything else.
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You think that is a recent discovery? People been using cow manure as fertilizer for a long, long time.

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Re: you need to stop eating meat if you are to evolve
God is most displeased with your actions
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Why? It was God who told Noah after the flood that we could eat meat with the blood drained from it.
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Height is one of the rare things which is not genetically determined.

The children of affluent parents in the developing world grow just as tall as those in the developed world.

Height is dependent not on the quantity of food we eat as babies and children, but on the quality - the amount of protein, fats, vitamins and minerals.

The red-meat eaters of Australia and the United States tend to breed tall children.

Poor diet and exposure to infection keep children small
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Infections can lead to gastrointestinal damage, which prevents babies and small children absorbing the nutrients their bodies need for bone growth.

At the very least, they lead to loss of appetite.

Bigger babies are likely to grow taller, but mainly because their size at birth indicates that their mother has been well-nourished during pregnancy.

It is birth weight, height and weight of the mother, in fact, that makes the most significant difference to the height of the child.