So wait, wait... Otzi, clear this up for me if you will. According to your sources above, humans are supposed to get between 60-80 grams of fiber (spread throughout the various types) per day in order to support proper levels of intestinal bacteria (see this line: "However, it is believed that approximately 60–80 g of substrate is needed per day to sustain the 1013−1014 organisms found in the human large bowel"). And yet, humans have been living for generations on far less than 20 just fine? Ok, then do we really NEED that recommended 60-80 grams? Seems like the overzelous recommendation of someone eating a typical CW type of diet that actually probably requires more cut bacteria than someone eating primally. And even for the typical CW eater 60-80 grams of fiber a day is going to keep them on the pot most of the day. Yikes!
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