Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Problems of Animals as Food


Animals, their characteristics and contra-indications as food:

It's common to talk about food and how her role plays an important part in human's health, in my daily practice. It's been a long while so I decided to put things a little in writing.

The following lists down the nature of certain animals and if consumed, how they may give rise to certain symptoms and illnesses.

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PORK/PIG/SWINE: Sour and sweet, neutral; May cause obesity/fatness/plummy body, diarrhea.



CATTLE/BEEF/COW: Sweet, neutral to warm; May cause over-craving, obesity and fat retention. Makes the blood warm, body odor.

MUTTON/GOAT/SHEEP/LAMB: Sweet, warm; Causes fever, body heat, severe constipation,lower pelvic inf, and body odour.

DEER: Sweet, warm; May cause fever and overheating.

DOG: Sweet, salty, and warm; May cause sore throat, bladder and lower abdomen inflammation, bladder retention.



CAT: Sweet, sour, warm; May elevate skin disorders, cause blood stasis.

RABBIT: Sweet, cool; May cause stomach wind, diarrhea, stomach indigestion.

CHICKEN/NUGGETS: Sweet,warm, dry; Over digestion, cough, constipation, skin disorders, dry skins, sore throat.



BLACK CHICKEN: Sweet, neutral; Causes constipation, indigestion/greasiness.

DUCK: Sweet, salty, neutral to a bit cool; Causes joints pain/stiffness, indigestion, water retention, vertigo.

GOOSE: Sweet, neutral; Obesity, heavy sensation, indigestion.

PIGEON: Sweet, salty, neutral to warm; May cause dragging period.

SPARROW: Sweet, warm; May cause lower pelvic inflammation, difficulty in urination, constipation.

SNAKE: Sweet, salty, warm: Feverish sensation, headache.

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FISH (Majority of them): Sweet, warm; Causes phlegm formation, vertigo, fatness, frequent urination.



SHRIMP: Sweet, warm; Allergic reaction, May cause fever, nipple discharge, asthma.

CRAB: Salty, cold; Induces early miscarriage, internal bleeding, skin allergies, asthmatic symptoms.

CLAM: Sweet, salty, cold; Indigestion, lower coldness.

ABALONE: Salty, neutral; May cause stomach upset, frequent urination.

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COW'S MILK: Sweet, neutral; May cause diarrhea, plain taste in mouth, skin allergy, stomach indigestion.



GOAT'S MILK: Sweet, warm; May cause diarrhea, mild body heat.



CHICKEN'S EGG: Sweet, neutral; May cause high cholesterol, cough, overall allergic reactions.



DUCK'S EGG: Sweet, cool; Causes cough (especially external cold type), heavy body, high cholesterol.


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It's easy to see why humans like to eat animals; they're almost all SWEET in nature. This has a great appeal to humans whose taste buds are strong. On top of that, good culinary cooking with herbal spices has enhanced the appetizing appeal of animals products, without which humans probably  won't eat animals raw and bloody fleshy. In clinical practice, however, animals as food poses as the MOST problematic contributing factor to illnesses and diseases. It's no surprise that illness and diseases these days are hard to be alleviated, treated, or cured.



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*Common skin disorders caused by eating animals: Hives, eczema, sensitive skin, dryness.

4 comments:

Delicious Vegan said...

I just found your post about Problems of Animals as Food. Congratulations! Very good thinking. As a vegan person, your photos depict the cruel reality about eating animals.
Keep your good work!

Anonymous said...

Hi Delicious Vegan,

Thanks for liking the idea; and we rejoice in knowing more and more people choose not to eat meat/animals anymore.

Oh, you sure sound like a good vegan cook. Keep up your good work too.

John Lew

Cathie said...

I do not eat meat/chicken very often, and seafood never. And after reading this, I want to avoid it forever. I do like dairy though, cheese and ice cream, I guess I can try the vegan options. And my son hates meat, guess that's a good thing.

John J. C. Lew said...

Dear Cathie,

Wonderful. You and your family have made a righteous choice.

John Lew