The human intestine is long and coiled, much like that of apes, cows and horses. Humans belong to the primate family. And notably they do not have potato chips, ice cream and other processed foods that combine large amounts of fat and simple carbs — foods that are engineered to be irresistible even when we are not hungry. But gluten isn’t unnatural either. Back To Our Roots Fruits, green leafy parts of plants, shoots, seeds, nuts, roots and tubers are the fundamental components of the primate eating pattern — and common sense tells us that these foods should be the foods that humans eat, too. On the other hand, cereal grains, legumes, dairy, potatoes, and highly refined and processed foods are out. And Tsimane people who eat market foods are more prone to diabetes than those who still rely on hunting and gathering. Was agriculture a clear step forward for human health? We were never meant to eat meat or dairy which humans only began consuming 6, years ago, our bodies are not designed to eat flesh and our health is suffering because of it. Some of these folks can see a pretty rapid change in health.
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Nutrition experts have long debated whether there is an optimal diet that humans evolved to eat. But a study published this month adds a twist. It found that there is likely no single natural diet that is best for human health. The research, published in the journal Obesity Reviews, looked at the diets, habits and physical activity levels of hundreds of modern hunter-gatherer groups and small-scale societies, whose lifestyles are similar to those of ancient populations. They found that they all exhibit generally excellent metabolic health while consuming a wide range of diets. Some get up to 80 percent of their calories from carbohydrates. Others eat mostly meat. But there were some broad strokes: Almost all of them eat a mix of meat, fish and plants, consuming foods that are generally packed with nutrients. In general, they eat a lot more fiber than the average American. Most of their carbohydrates come from vegetables and starchy plants with a low glycemic index, meaning they do not lead to rapid spikes in blood sugar.