@anon81060937 I actually posted my meals for a full two weeks while doing my Excellet Glucose Monitor Adventure here. If you’re curious enough you can look at all meal and daily summaries directly here:
I’m still eating pretty much the same stuff now. My fat/protein macros are the same: 2:1 grams and 4.5:1 calories, although I recently (about 3 months ago) increased my protein intake to 124 grams and fat to 248 grams per day for a daily total of 2790 calories.
The majority of my calories come from dairy: butter (ghee), cream, many different cheeses, whey and casein. I do eat significant amounts of coconut/mct oils daily and palm oil and cacao butter several times per week but not daily. I intend to add palm kernel oil which I’ve ordered online and expect delivery within a day or two. I also eat macademia nuts once in a while, maybe 2 or 3 times per month. I also drink coffee daily, but less than 1/2 calorie comes from it.
Our paleolithic ancestors did not have any of the plant oils/fats that I currently consume. They may have eaten ripe palm fruit and probably conconuts, but had no way to concentrate and refine the oils into what I eat. And both were much smaller with less edible content than now. I think it very doubtful our ancestors consumed dairy that even remotely resembles what I eat other than being mammalian excretions. I wonder when someone adventurous guy/gal first took the gamble to try. I’d guess it was a woman who first made the association between her milk and an animal’s milk and thought “humm, I wonder…”