First of all, let me say that I thoroughly enjoyed reading your book as well as your daily blog. I am 100% on board with eating primal and have made changes in my life to eat more like our ancestors did. However, one question still eludes me. I have not been able to find the answer in your book or daily blog either. Being of Asian descent, you are probably well aware that a staple of our diet is exactly the type of carbs that you argue against consuming (i.e. white rice, noodles, etc.) Ask any Asian person to give these things up and they will probably look at you like you're crazy. Coming from a mindset where I used to eat a bite of white rice with every bite of food, this habit has not been easy for me to change. However, if you look at Asian cultures in general, they have been known to be among the healthiest; Okinawans come to my mind first and foremost. Can you please elaborate on why you believe this is and how a culture with carbs as one of its staple foods can remain so healthy? Thanks.