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 #56863  by Hakik
 Thu Jul 06, 2017 9:51 am
For decades, experts have said the hunter-gatherer diet is what the human body and human intestine is best designed for. That's a diet designed of mostly meat from game (free of antibiotics, bullshit, and not fattened), combined with a variety of freshly picked local fruits and vegetables. None of the bullshit processed food we eat, with lots of complex carbs.
http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/05/health/h ... index.html

This guy went on a trip in Tanzania to demonstrate how that works. Prior to the trip he was on what was considered a "healthy" diet, which was also low on meat and high on carbs. During his trip, he just ate locally hunted food, along with fruits and veggies. In just 3 days, that diet boosted his gastrointestinal health by 20%, which is far higher than any other diet.

Proving once and for all that the human body is best designed for a hunter-gatherer diet.
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 #56873  by Kumacho
 Thu Jul 06, 2017 10:58 am
Much like Veganism though, this is not sustainable.

If the world's population went to a diet of wild unprocessed, unflattened meat, and unprocessed fruits/veggies the industry couldn't provide it. Population growth, no; explosion, has dictated the way we have to eat as a world to survive.

In other news: Did you know that the US Census no longer includes Hispanics as a minority? The only two groups that are not minorities in the US are Whites and Hispanics.
 #56877  by Hakik
 Thu Jul 06, 2017 11:05 am
Kumacho wrote:
Thu Jul 06, 2017 10:58 am
Much like Veganism though, this is not sustainable.

If the world's population went to a diet of wild unprocessed, unflattened meat, and unprocessed fruits/veggies the industry couldn't provide it. Population growth, no; explosion, has dictated the way we have to eat as a world to survive.

In other news: Did you know that the US Census no longer includes Hispanics as a minority? The only two groups that are not minorities in the US are Whites and Hispanics.
Yea obviously. That's how agriculture got started, when you had to feed big populations. The hunter-gatherer diet is a Garden of Eden diet. It's unrealistic for most people, but it's what the human body is designed for. In all regions where they have the lowest cases of cancers, and people live the longest, they all eat unprocessed meat and fish, along with a balanced diet of organic fruits and veggies.
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 #56878  by Kumacho
 Thu Jul 06, 2017 11:08 am
Hakik wrote:
Thu Jul 06, 2017 11:05 am
Kumacho wrote:
Thu Jul 06, 2017 10:58 am
Much like Veganism though, this is not sustainable.

If the world's population went to a diet of wild unprocessed, unflattened meat, and unprocessed fruits/veggies the industry couldn't provide it. Population growth, no; explosion, has dictated the way we have to eat as a world to survive.

In other news: Did you know that the US Census no longer includes Hispanics as a minority? The only two groups that are not minorities in the US are Whites and Hispanics.
Yea obviously. That's how agriculture got started, when you had to feed big populations. The hunter-gatherer diet is a Garden of Eden diet. It's unrealistic for most people, but it's what the human body is designed for. In all regions where they have the lowest cases of cancers, and people live the longest, they all eat unprocessed meat and fish, along with a balanced diet of organic fruits and veggies.
I wish I had the time for it. To do a hunter-gatherer diet would take a great deal of effort and time.
 #56881  by Hakik
 Thu Jul 06, 2017 11:20 am
Kumacho wrote:
Thu Jul 06, 2017 11:08 am


I wish I had the time for it. To do a hunter-gatherer diet would take a great deal of effort and time.
Hence why they were all in great shape, and never got fat. Hunter-gatherers had all the time in the world to hunt and gather fruits. It's one of the forms of society that had the most leisure time for everyone, rich or poor. When you don't depend on agriculture to eat, your time is freed up by not having to be part of a labor intensive system with wide unequal distribution of wealth, and depending on money and complex administrative systems.