There's this series on the History channel on Evolve. How we attained certain parts of our bodies like jaws and our guts. The one on guts/digestion tract suggested that our discovering fire made food tastier and easier to digest that we started to evolve smaller guts then our cousins the apes which still eat raw food.
So since I have a smaller gut due to the surgery a few years back, I maybe might do better to not eat my steak rare. I might digest it better if it were cooked more. Been thinking on that. Course, I don't eat steak much.
I do like my steak rare tho,
If we don't count our blessings We are just wasting our time
but I seem to recall that part of the gut reduction was due to eating difficult to digest LEAVES, that required huge quantities of bacteria (and a lot of time) to break down before being absorbed and made available to the body as nutrients.
I prefer most foods very well done. I wanna make sure them suckers are DEAD before tying into them.
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