I agree with Scott. It's funny too, they make it a point to really emphasis how low-fat the meat is, then in a picture on the same page they show a platter of Mongolian meat that is highly marbled. However, I do believe that organ meats are much leaner than muscle meats, regardless of what the animal is fed (except for bone marrow). Hunter-gatherers mostly get their animal fat from bone marrow, and subcutaneous fat. Also, the author of this article fails to mention that the dairy products eaten by the Mongolians was whole and raw, and therefore very high in fat (and saturated fat). One of the doctors that he quotes claims that H/G's ate grains, yet another inaccuracy. The doctor/nutritionist that they interview says something along the line of "high blood glucose increases your immune response...." which is complete bullshit. High blood sugar almost immediately weakens the immune system. The only way it "improves" the immune system is by creating an environment that manifests as excessive inflammation, the type of immune response that we're trying to avoid. I could go on and on. This article is so PC Paleo it makes me sick. The read was interesting, but definitely not accurate.
There are dreams we’re taught are normal, whether it’s money or success or any of those things, but we shouldn’t believe in those things if they are not important to us. There is an ocean between our real lives and what is expected of us.” -Tim Lambesis