When asked what she would tell people who wished to pursue a true paleolithic diet, Dr. Hoyes laughed harshly before replying. ?You really want to be paleo? Then don’t buy anything from a store. Gather and kill what you need to eat. Wild grasses and tubers, acorns, gophers, crickets- They all provide a lot of nutrition. You’ll spend a lot of energy gathering the stuff, of course, and you’re going to be hungry, but that’ll help you maintain that lean physique you’re after. And hunting down the neighbor’s cats for dinner because you’ve already eaten your way through the local squirrel population will probably give you all the exercise you’ll ever need.
Really ?? And these are the ultimate conclusions from this two-day scientific conference ??
Did you find more information on Richard Wenkel , Karl Fenst , Roddy Collins , Britta Hoyes … belonging to “an international consortium of anthropologists, archaeologists, and molecular biologists ” ??
These are all made up names , and the whole article is meant as one big joke
hells ditch is not an up to date commentary on worldly affairs, nor is it a personal narrative of some kind. It is instead a platform on which to publish essays and ephemera, with no pretense towards any particular end. Though it may fail to enlighten or educate, I hope at the very least that it will entertain.
A paleo diet may have some healthful benefits. Those benefits can be achieved with other non-Western diets. It can be difficult to meet your nutrient needs, but high levels of fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, lean meats, and limited processed foods can be a good idea to incorporate.