This idea spurred form the post "Timing of vitamins/supplements".
We all know that the USDA food pyramid is crap. I'm not sure who came up with the RDA for vitamins and minerals, but is it based on the USDA food pyramid?
Because we eat more fat and protein vs. carbs, do we still need the RDA for vitamins and minerals? I've been using FitDay and am always low on potassium, fiber, calcium (unless I have my Starbucks...twice), and pant. acid (B5). Is this ok? Is this normal "primal"? Should I be adding some additional suppliments?