All participants in the biosphere are nourishment. Being alive means being a food. Inevitably, one day, you will be eaten.
When we are alive, we are eatable. Each being turns into a gift for someone else when dying.
No body is owned by an individual. All bodies are transformable within each other.
To accept that we are part of a whole also means to see death as the inevitable and necessary constant for the diversity of the biosphere and its ecosystems. Death is how we transform into each other. Everything attracts everything, transforms through everything, and leaves traces on and in everything.