Asked in Health
Is it true that African Americans digest pork better than Caucasians?
No. The only chance that there might be any difference is if either the African American or Caucasian individual has digestive problems. Otherwise they both digest pork the same as all human beings. ...
Asked in College Degrees, Nutrition, Digestive System
Hardest food for a human to digest?
There are a few top contenders, but it is suspected that the hardest food for a human to digest is bread. In order to digest food, enzymes are needed, which are secreted by the pancreas. Because bread has no naturally occurring enzymes (unlike a lot of other food) the pancreas has to work exceptionally hard, producing extra enzymes to break down the bread. Other food products that are hard to digest include pork, beans, broccoli and whole-milk hard cheese. ...
Asked in Digestive System
What was the most difficult meat for humans to digest?
Pork is the most difficult meat for humans to digest. Though it may not take the longest time, it requires the most enzymatic activity. ...