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The professor was a little smug when she gave her answer, but there was so much warmth and love in her eyes we were drawn in all the same. "We share so much DNA with our relatives in the animal kingdom, with both the lion and the gazelle. Yet it is the gazelle that must recover strength the fastest after exercise, for her life depends upon it. She must always be ready to run again when the predators come. So it should be obvious that we humans build better muscles and recover faster from exercise when we are vegan. The meat eater is built to feast and be lazy not to keep on chasing, nor run. So enjoy the vegan buffet and embrace your inner gazelle."

By Angela Abraham, @daisydescriptionari, December 31, 2019.
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"The thing about Jenny," said Max, "is that she never eats fibre at all, not really. So going vegan is a lot tougher for her body than it is for someone who regularly ate lots o fruit and veggies. She can still do it if she wants to, but she needs a careful evolution of her nutrition rather than any sudden change."

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What if the heaven of another species included their love of eating humans, especially the tender flesh of the babies cooked in cheese made from the breast milk of the mothers? Surely a heaven for human-kind, a heaven-on-earth, must be wonderful for all creation. It's time to think more broadly of what paradise could be other than through our own limited human vision.