Peat diet in an evolutionary context

Discussion in 'Diet, Recipes' started by lvysaur, Mar 16, 2014.

  1. lvysaur

    lvysaur Member

    Mar 15, 2014
    Still new to Peat.

    The first hominids:

    Probably had good access to shellfish (close to the shoreline, easy to catch)

    Wouldn't have traveled to the depths required to catch PUFA fish (mackerel, tuna, salmon, etc), white fish would have been the main fish consumed

    Other animal protein sources would have been eggs and game, both low in PUFA

    Fruits and starchy root things would be eaten when possible

    Nuts would often be poisonous in the wild, seed oils uneconomical

    Plants that contain large amounts of fat tend to be saturated (coconut and palm)

    It's evolutionary bull****, but I thought I'd post it for my own (and your) entertainment.