Alex Riddles wrote:I think you have made a math error that is effecting your logic.
Todd Parr wrote:
Everything I have read suggests that 10,000 years is more likely, although I agree 100 years ago our diet was better. This article is good overview of human evolution.
Sorry I'm on my phone and can't put the link in correctly. The article talks about just how much our health decreased between the end of the Paleolithic era and the beginning of the Neolithic. We lost 4 inches in height among the changes. In general, evolutionary change takes millions of years, not hundreds.
James Freyr wrote:Fish?
S Bengi wrote:
r ranson wrote:
What if, our bodies actually thrived on the diet of our individual ancestors 200 years ago? That would give me a North Western European diet heavy in wheat, milk, pulses, cabbage, and beer. But according to the SCD, most of these are 'illegal' foods for good health.
Where am I suppose to find this traditional
beer (that was pretty much wild fermentation with lots of lactic acid bacteria)
milk/meat (with a complete profile of good fats from free range, non-gmo grains, live fermented cheese vs chemically made cheese)
pulse (where am I suppose to find this beyond organic soy/beans, all I see now is filled with chemicals/pesticides/gmo)
cabbage (pretty much the same as the above, except we have cut back on the greens we eat by so much, and what we do eat is not fermented/soaked
wheat (same as the beans above, also were can I find this fermented wheat/bread, that isn't modified food-starch(pasta/bread/pastry/bagel), we used to cook overnight/pre-soak and break down the anti-nutrient)