From: email@example.com (Steven B. Harris )
Subject: Re: Miracle Healing Meat !!!
Date: 20 Jul 1995
In <eeeDC0uLI.D2p@netcom.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Mark Thorson) writes:
>The diet of Man today is much different than that of ancient Man.
>As a whole, we eat much more meat than did ancient Man, and we eat
>different parts of the animal.
>Virtually all meat we eat is striated muscle tissue, the type of
>muscle in the arms or legs which does the running and heavy lifting.
>But there are three types of muscle: striated, smooth, and cardiac.
>Most people eat _no_ smooth or cardiac muscle in their diet.
>Ancient Man ate not only all three types of muscle, organ meats and
>skin as well. Eating only striated muscle might make sense for an
>athelete like a runner or weight lifter, but for the average person
>this is a diet far different from that of your ancient ancestors.
>In addition to eating whole animal meat, it is also important to
>eat mature animal meat. Virtually all meat sold in supermarkets is
>from young animals, only a year or two old. It costs too much money
>to keep the animals alive until maturity. The flesh or these young
>animals is packed with the hormones and enzymes of young growing
>animals, which is great if you're going to feed it to children,
>but can be highly stressful to feed to an adult. Too many people
>continue the eating habits they learned as children into adulthood,
>where it causes many of the problems associated with middle-age.
>But there is one meat which combines all three types of muscle tissue
>plus various organs, and which is made from mature animals, typically
>animals which have already given birth and produced life-giving milk.
>This meat is bologna (pronounced BAH-low-knee), and is widely available
>at fine delicatessens and meat markets.
>Unfortunately, there is a conspiracy among the big drug companies
>to suppress this information. They know they would be put out of
>business tomorrow if everybody were eating bologna for health.
>Just in posting this to the net, I'm taking a chance that they might
>send out a hit man to kill me. So you'd better save a copy of this
>file because you might never see it again! To your health :-)
Good God, such is the usual craziness of this newsgroup that I was more
than halfway through your post before it finally went over the top for
me. Sheesh! Post it again April 1.
Steve Harris, M.D.