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Human colon length suited to being vegetarian

Posted By: Barbara Krall
Date: January-14, 1998 at 01:43:57

I am O- and doing well on type O diet. One thing puzzles me, though. I have
heard the argument (from those who are in favor of a vegetarian diet) that
in the animal world, meat-eaters have short colons, while plant-eaters have
long colons. Humans are supposed to have long colons, thus "proving" that
we should ALL be vegetarians. I have searched this site via the search
engine and by browsing through the O and general boards, and I can find
nothing addressing this topic. I am not aware that type Os have shorter
colons than the other 3 types . . . Is it germane to ask whether we humans
have short or long colons? If we have long colons, how do we type Os & Bs
reconcile these apparently conflicting pieces of information?
Comments, please!!



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  • Human colon length suited to being vegetarian
    Barbara Krall -- Wednesday, 14 January 1998, at 8:55 a.m.

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