The Evolution of Meat

A divergence from nature

The Belgians are known for one or two odd experiments, and this is the genetically modified, hyper-sculpted and ultra-muscular physique of the Belgian Blue.

We can only presume that humans have always eaten meat, but as we came through into the modern era, in most parts of the world meat remained a luxury and not the staple food that it is today.

Until the development of agriculture and the domestication of livestock, all meat was from animals that were hunted and trapped. This was real game meat and the quality of that meat depended on the nature of the animal and the quality of its life.

In nature there are lions and other carnivores that

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Allium sativum

Garlic bulbs

Garlic is a very well known herb, most noted for its culinary uses, which are very broad. A little garlic will enhance the taste of almost any meal.

Garlic has a long history of association with the supernatural – it is said to ward off vampires, and in Mohammedan legend, it is said to have sprung from the footprints of Satan. This is perhaps due to its potent aroma. Despite these unsavoury connections, garlic is a highly useful healing herb with a wide range of applications.

Healing uses: Garlic is a powerful antibiotic and anti-fungal herb. It can open blood vessels and reduce hypertension, eliminate intestinal parasites, lower cholesterol and reduce susceptibility to allergies. It

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Colloidal Silver

Nature’s Alternative to Antibiotics

In the early 1900’s an antibacterial solution called Colloidal Silver became the choice of medical practitioners. It proved to be enormously effective against infectious organisms and extremely safe to use, without the negative side effects associated with many drugs. But Colloidal Silver became increasingly expensive and the pharmaceutical companies developed antibiotics as we know them today. Silver took a back seat. However, as usual, as we deviate from nature, unforeseen problems develop. Forty years after the advent of antibiotics, many types of disease-causing organisms have built an immunity to their action.

Over the years the medical establishment has reported on the new strains of ” Super Bugs” that cannot be destroyed by antibiotics. Newsweek Magazine reported

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