Has anyone noticed an increase in what some people call "fidgeting" and what researchers tend to call "restless movement" since you went Primal? I can't seem to stop moving, even though I still spend a good portion of my time sitting. My legs are in constant motion! I guess I have so much energy that I have to burn it off somehow, even though I also work out every morning. Anyone else noticed this?
The reason that I thought of it is that some research was done showing that lean people tend to fidget more and obese people tend to fidget less (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...2005Jan27.html). The speculation was that some hormone causes obese people to not want to move around and lean people to move around, but I thought, "what if it's simpler than that and the difference is in energy levels?" Lean people would tend to have higher energy levels than obese people, right? So if diet is what drives our energy levels, wouldn't it be people who are eating closer to the Primal style that would have more energy and thus be more fidgety?