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      Very true indeed.

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      Default What Did Ancient Egyptians Really Eat?

      "My point in saying this is that there's a huge group of people (especially in the U.S) that want to sell to the world into switching to a vegan lifestyle. Interesting post nevertheless."

      I'm curious where you get this idea?

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      Just from what I have been seeing in the last few years. Meat has been apart of African tradition for thousands of years. Rather it be to sacrifice them for spiritual reasons or to cook and it eat it with the village. It's just that now it's eaten in an abundance and most of it is processed and poisonous. Although I will say I don't think it's like that in many parts of the world. The topic was about people in Ancient Kemet/Kush being mostly vegetarians from European "research." In which I would have to follow the money trail behind that research to see which corporation funded it and who is that corporation in collusion with.

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      Stable isotopes and diet at Ancient Kerma, Upper Nubia (Sudan)

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      Okay. Perfect. I'm going to read both.

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      The Afrikan diet until recently was plant based whole food. Although there was meat consumption it was very sparingly.

      Recently over the past ten to 20 years there has been a change in the diet. Meat, fat and sugar has skyrocketed. Foods that previously were boiled are now being fried.

      As a result diseases that were exceedingly rare such as cancer, diabetes and atherosclerotic vascular diseases have also skyrocketed. The diseases of the west are now occurring at a higher rate than in the west leading to a devestation of the overall health of the populous and the normalization of chronic degenerative disease.

      If anything there has been a push and conspiracy to go carnivorous in Afrika not vegan.

      Anti-vegan is nutricide.
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      Okay. You're basically saying the same thing that I said and adding diseases specifically plaguing Africans.

      All I said was that there's a huge group (especially in the U.S) that want to sell to the world of switching to a vegan diet. Which still leads back to money.

      However one should also note that unless you're growing your own plants, vegetables, and fruits in your own back yard there are still chemicals and GMOs in which they use on those things that will do the same amount of harm to you as eating a burger if not worse. These chemical and pesticide companies work with big pharmaceutical companies, which work with the meat companies that all make money together.

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      Some of your points are well taken. I agree that GMO's and pesticides cannot be good for you. I also agree that as much as possible we should all grow our own food. I also agree that the chemical pharmaceutical industrial medical complex colludes to make money and keep us sick.

      However veganism is not for more than a few cottage industries a profitable strategy for mega business.

      It is profitable to promote meat and other animal and thus the diseases they produce that can be treated with the dugs they sell. The crops used to feed the animals poisoned with the pesticides. And on an on.

      Not eating animals does two major things. 1. Moving from a standard western meat based diet to a vegan diet reduces your risk of disease and death more than quitting smoking. 2. A vegan diet does more to reduce greenhouse gas and global warming than all of the combined personal conservation measures on can chose put together.

      The first thing a warrior scholar must do is not commit suicide. Eating a meat based diet is nutricide and is counter-revolutionary and self destructive.

      So in the final analysis I am 100% in support of the plant based diet. My family has committed our professional work to supporting those who have come to the conclusion that they want to live a plant based lifestyle.

      I'm not trying to put you down or one up you @kwekidd but to suggest that yurugu mega business is foisting veganism on Afrikans to inflict harm or as a grand money making strategy is preposterous.

      This is why there is an unending stream of conflicting misinformation on the topic in the media to keep us confused and therefore unable to make a change in our own way of eating.

      Check out www.foodforthesoul.opare.net for more information.
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