Hi, stupid omni here. First off, I'm not against vegetarianism, so please be gentle <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/grin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=""> . So I joined this forum just to get your opinion on this subject. I have a speech for my communications class and I have to talk about how eating meat is good, which is really just an oversimplification of what I am going to talk about, but for all intents and purposes I'll leave it at that. One of my points is that humans can't digest cellulose. I've read several articles on the internet saying how humans are naturally herbivorous and how eating meat is actually bad for us. All plant tissue is composed of cellulose yet humans can't digest it. Herbivores contain the symbiotic bacteria that break it down which they can then obtain nutrients from, but humans don't. I've searched for cellulose on this forum and all that comes up are how omnis are stupid. Anyone have a solid rebuttal to how humans can't digest cellulose?