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I asked you a interpreted it as an 's your problem, not mine.
However many stomachs cows may have, we agree that their digestive system is specialized for the digestion of cellulose.I assume that you also agree that ours is would do poorly, were we to try to survive on a cow's diet.
Yes, I did write that we are discussing, or at least I am trying to discuss, the assertion that humans are in some way designed not to eat meat.
Your reply is not large gallbladder exists precisely to help us digest e is no other reason to have that use we have a large gallbladder, we are subject to gallbladder fact that we get gallbladder disease in no way suggests that we are not "designed" to eat the contrary: the fact that we have a large gallbladder, and therefore are subject to gallbladder disease, is evidence that we have specialized organs that exist for the of helping to digest is also evidence that we are not perfect organisms.
Cows also get intestinal disease, related to their anatomy.I am no veterinarian, but I know enough about animal health to know that any animal that has any organ system is likely to get disease of that organ system, whether the organ is functional or not.
In humans, there is a cute appendix, which in animals specialized to eat cellulose is large and functional, in humans is small and, digestively speaking, we can still get appendicitis.(The appendix in humans appears to play more of an immunological and neurohormonal it has essentially zero role in digestion, compared with, say, rabbits, which have functional appendices.)
It would be foolish to argue that humans are not designed to eat vegetables because we have a small appendix and are subject to argument about our large gallbladder and vulnerability to gallbladder disease is similarly foolish.