Yes, there is no design or goal in evolution. So instead of 'designed for' I should have said 'allows for and therefore remained that way', sorry.
Again, sorry, we are not meant to do anything, we simply can or cannot. there is no design. We are much more capable of eating a vegan diet and it is healtheir for us. We have retained adaptations that suit is more for a vegan diet.
My whole point with the canines was that they are so small and impotent, not that we have them. the point, which apparently did nto come through as I thought it would, was that they are so different from carnivorous canines, I will have to specify that, thank you.
Yes, vegans eat things besides plants, sorry. That does not negate the truth of the rest, that simply means I should not have equated vegans with herbivory.
My personal definition of vegetarian is simply to share, sorry. I do use vegetarian as its common meaning though, not by my personal definition, so it really doesn't effect my communication at all.
What all adaptations allow for us to eat meat?
This is a work in progress, part of the reason of posting was to get feedback, the other was even more information on why a meat free diet is better for humans and to share my personal thoughts on why it makes since.