New World Vegan wrote:This whole thread is full of nonsense from both of you.
Are you suggesting Rob has multiple personalities? He does seem like a vegan possessed by Dr. Atkins vengeful spirit.
First came intelligence
Then the ability and curiosity to cook
Then came so much disease..... disease that goes away by eating Raw.
I think I get the "Flat earth" reference: Rob continues to believe a falsehood though the truth has been clearly shown.
Human body prefers fat for fuel????? Tell that to Low-carb athlete Timothy Olson who eats carbs during races.
Gary High-Fruit (150 videos)
Gary, you are aware am not advocating anyone here should eat meat aren't you? I'm merely pointing out (based on the evidence) that eating meat and cooking may well have play a large role in making us what we are today. This is something that even as a none meat eater i have no issues with. You clea
And am hardy an Atkins diet promoter, i've not eaten meat in over a decade....
Are you really suggesting that cooking food is the sole reason for what has lead to the metabolic syndrome that sweeps are nation's today? If so, NONE of the doctors or nutritionists that work in the same hospital as me would agree with you. Neither does the British heart and stroke foundation, nor the British cancer association.
Btw, had it not have been for a high fat diet, we my never have made it as a species, it also is the preferred source of fuel for most of the hunter gatherer societies that still exist today. Fat at keeps us fueled for longer (which stands to reason from a survival point of view) and it plays many important roles within the body. In my own experience over the last several months, I've found this to be true, since increasing my fat intake and lowering my carb intake, my irregular heart beat has improved, as has my joint and lower back health. I require only 2-3 feeding's a day, as opposed to the 5-6 feeding a day i required on a high carb diet, and my bodyfat has dropped by 6%.