RE: Being vegetarian page 2
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AnonymousCARNIVORES eat each other all the time, not HERBIVORES.Cannibalism has gone on for centuries, so your argument doesn't hold water.
JustaBratMy daughter is a vegetarian and she has to take supplements to fill out her diet. Without them she gets quite sick.Hmm I'd say it is probably a sign that her diet is not carefully planned and does not include all essential nutrients. Besdies, a vegan diet can be unhealthy if it contains too many calories or saturated fats.
I don't eat meat but I eat eggs (love them!) and milk. Will you, guys, consider me a vegan?
kittehlewisThen you should read the book IT'S THE THOUGHT THAT COUNTS by DAVID R. HAMILTON. It's not about vegetarianism but about how your thoughts and thoughts of other people influence our bodies and the outer world. Here's a small quote from the book:AnonymousDid you know that you eat the emotion of the animal that was killed? Just before the animal gets killed, it is SCARED, sad, frightened. These emotions get imprinted in its cells and remain there after its been killed. And end up on your plate.cant say i have always feel full but thats about it,and after a maccies i just feel like another burger i cant really see how what you said to be true,but hey im open minded and people once thought the world was flat, do you have any information that backs this up? the name of a website that has scientific proof of this? i would be interested on reading about that theory
Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto proved that such changes can take place in water by photographing changes in the crystal structure of water brought about by words. A year or two before my experiments he had written down words, stuck them onto bottles of water and used a technique called darkfield microscopy to take photographs of the water after it had been frozen into ice.
Emoto discovered that the word 'love', 'thank you' and even 'Mother Teresa' produced highly crystalline sparky ice crystals, but negative words caused crystals to be dull and undefined.
Most food contain water, so any emotions experienced while preparing it or prior to eating it may colour it. Even if it had no water in it, however, it would still absorb feelings and intentions, given that rocks, which are dry, absorb mental and emotional energy. Scientists use the fact that quartz crystal holds, amplifies and transmits sound and electromagnetic frequencies, which are also vibrations.
Some interpretations of quantum physics have suggested that thoughts are simply faster vibrations that of sound than ultrasound, music or words.
So, to go back to food, any thoughts, feelings or words expressed around it will colour it to some extent.
Meat might be coloured by the way the animal was treated. An inhumane environment and painful death, for instance, would imprint the animal's fear onto the meat. The vibrations of fear will then enter your body as you ate it.
Anonymous:Masaru Emoto has been criticized many times BUT a lot of other people and scientists have tried to study this water memory fact, and their researches have revealed the same tendency Emoto discovered. This cannot be fake! Now imagine that our bodies consist of water and same goes for the bodies of most animals. When they are killed, all the negative emotions get "imprinted" into the meat. This doesn't mean that as soon as you eat a piece of such meat, you'll feel fear or get a disease. Of course not. But if you do this throughout your life, why should you wonder where people get diseases and chronic illnesses from?? WE ARE WHAT WE EAT!
Anonymous:I just think to each his own, and no one should convince anyone of something they believe in, no matter how right they think their lifestyle is.
AnonymousI just think to each his own, and no one should convince anyone of something they believe in, no matter how right they think their lifestyle is.
i agree completley i wouldnt tell someone there lifestyle or belifes are wrong just because i dont agree likewise i wouldnt expect people to try and force those belifes on me the world is made up of so many differnt people it would get quite boring if everything and everyone thought the same!
Anonymous:I was vegetarian for about 4 years prior to starting University and had no problems whatsoever. I took a multivitamin and minerals supplement every day and omega 3 every other day (admittedly these were usually from fish liver as this is easy to absorb compared to plant derived omega, but have used both). The pills were something I didn't even think about, they were just a habit.
When I started University I lived in catered halls. The food provided was disgusting and there were days when a vegetarian option was not provided. I got ill a lot during the first term and a half, and decided I needed to switch my diet as I was not getting what I needed from the food provided.
For about 8 months now I have accommodated meat into my diet but am cutting this down every day until I can consider myself to be vegetarian again
Anonymous:i am fine if you eat meat as long as you do it naturally because your arguments suggest so. therefore, next time onwards, kill animals with your bare body and then eat their flesh raw. same with eggs , have them raw.
on second opinion, just stop taking your artificial lifestyle as a lame excuse to harm nature as well as your body.
People are waiting to help.