"Regardless of which an individual chooses to eat, fruit or starches, each should be consumed in accordance with one's appetite, habits, stress, and physical activity level. I’ve found that eating no more than what's absolutely needed is easy and intuitive with fruit – but not with starches."
--Andrew Kim, from his blog
This interested me because of my long "grudge matches"
whether starches belong in an optimal (sorry again, Ray-Z! ) Peat diet
if eating a Ray Peat diet is easy and intuitive.
Many argue that the "Peat-approved" starches are fine--loosen up you old curmudgeon narouz!
And many argue that everything on the Peat diet tastes delicious,
while everything that is not on the Peat diet tastes repulsive.
Much food for thought in the article.
It focuses on a Dr. Salisbury who, back in the 19th century, was well onto the relationship
between undigestible food and disease.