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Old 10-12-2009, 09:45 AM   #5
Steven Low
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Originally Posted by Matthias Becker View Post
What exactly is a real paleolithic diet? It's a period of over 2 million years and varying places. And from the different things I've read nutrition was very different depending on the exact place and time during the paleolithic period, varying from mostly plant based in warmer regions to mostly meat based in cold regions. You even find several texts that suggest lots of very starchy tubers as part of the diet in some regions and time periods in the paleolithic era.
May be a good idea try out a diet similar to where your ancestors were from, wherever that was. That's probably a good place to start.
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