I have noticed recently that people are starting to smell... unpleasant. It is not unclean body odor. I cannot put my finger or my nose on exactly what it is that I am smelling but I am noticing it more and more. Tonight I was in a large group of people and it was very noticeable to the point that I had to put a little distant between myself and the persons I was speaking to.
I am worried this is due to my fruit diet, that I can smell better. My youngest son came in to greet me right after he got home from school and I noticed that he smelled wonderful and sweet like bananas. This is the kid that is almost completely raw ( he eats SAD but more raw now than anything else.) He eats half of my bananas everyday. Now I am thinking if I can smell sweet bananas on him, I must be smelling the diet of other people now.
What to do? I have to go out in public.
I am definitely with you Jenna. Well said. Big city living becomes a bit ridiculous at times. I am glad I can relate to you.
"flee from the city, its getting s***ty..."
LOL - yes i noticed that too some are really offensive.
Good thing I was not near you when I was all into garlic hahahaha!!!
I haven't really noticed much, but then again I haven't been going out much until I feel a little better, but I did notice that I can smell my cats stinky mouth when I give her a hug :)
Is your cat vegan? I feed my cats Avocados, Coconut, and wheat grass and they are healthier than heck!
Cats are classified as obligate carnivores. They need a nutrient called taurine which is only found in raw meat. They are perfectly adapted for hunting small game such as birds and rodents with the use of their claws and sharp fangs, keen wide angle black and white vision, crouching and pouncing behavior along with their quick reflexes and speed. Humans on the other hand are slow, have a much weaker gastric juices which make digesting raw meat difficult, have keen color vision enabling them to distinguish fruit from foliage and hands able to grasp, climb and pick fruit. Cats generally will eat greens when sick and may be induced to eat fatty vegetable products if nothing else is available. They have an undeserved reputation as finicky eaters because they really prefer raw meat which is seldom available in a domestic situation. If humans were kept as pets by creatures that only ate leaves, we might also get the same reputation. A vegan diet will not sustain their good health in the long-run and they may have difficulty conceiving. I suspect that your cats, if they have access to the outdoors, are supplementing their diet with small animals that they're able to catch.
Oh yes they are... But I supplement their diet with the avos and cocos. And do they ever love it! Even when they eat a rat a day they still come begging for their avos.. And they eat greens all the time and they are never sick. Keeps their breath fresh too :)
And I have never in my life had or known healthier cats.
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Nah, my cat isn't vegan. I started to go vegan for health and not for moral reasons and didn't think of it. Don't get me wrong, I hated the look of a dead animal and I wouldn't be able to eat, but I didn't get into it that much thought, especially since most of the meat are in chicken nuggets and all that to where it's not as disturbing.
Since now I've been vegan for a little longer, the moral thought of taking an animals life is pretty unpleasant. I have been thinking about it, but I really haven't looked into it.
I'll check to see if she'll eat any avo's or cocos :)
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