It is not only sugar

(Michael - When reality fails to meet expectations, the problem is not reality.) #62

It is acute, severe protein poisoning resulting from eating too much protein and too little fat. It’s a terrible way to die and no joke.

(Bunny) #63

…and all that is speculation, hypothesis and theories?

As stated before; that still does not prove exclusivity that ancient people ate only animals and common sense would tell you that; no ideation from your sources needed?

(Bunny) #64

Really? Hmmmm? That’s a real head scratcher?

(Natasha) #65

This is my chocolate recipe, I find it delicious…

25g - cocoa butter
25g - 85 or 90% chocolate
150g - crunchy peanut butter
2 tbsp HWC
Stevia drops to taste

Melt all together in a pan then pour into individual muffin cases (use a muffin tray!)

(Gregory - You can teach an old dog new tricks.) #66

Who is making that claim?

Speaking of fiber…
Do you know what a straw man argument is?

(Bunny) #67

The person quoting the text to be observed as proof in concept?

”…A straw man (or strawman) is a form of argument and an informal fallacy based on giving the impression of refuting an opponent’s argument, while actually refuting an argument that was not presented by that opponent. One who engages in this fallacy is said to be “attacking a straw man”. …” …More


So who is the strawman? (or strawbunny…lol)

• The one who is not (or is) taking into considering the public health and safety of other people?

• Or the one who wants everyone to believe in his or her theories without debate, scientific scrutiny, long term efficacy; that humans only eat meat and there can be no other food for humans other than meat and fat or animal proteins and fats irregardless of harm to other people?

(Jeff S) #68

Oh joy. Yet another pissing contest

(Gregory - You can teach an old dog new tricks.) #69

Mostly rhetoric…

(Michael - When reality fails to meet expectations, the problem is not reality.) #70

@Arbre I have a personal anecdote to add.

(Gregory - You can teach an old dog new tricks.) #71

Most if not all we see in our produce sections of the grocery store were not available 100 years ago, much less available to our pre-agricultural ancestors…
If they were available, they hardly resembled what we see to today, neither nutritionally or visually.

Not that some of them cannot be valuable sources of nutrition, but it lends thought to the idea that any of this stuff is nutritionally essential.