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    Your numbers look fine. I wouldn't get hung up on...

    Your numbers look fine. I wouldn't get hung up on LDL, since nobody even knows what that means. Focus on what we know -- high HDL and low TG matters. What is your blood sugar? If it's normal you are...
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    That seems way too high, especially given your...

    That seems way too high, especially given your family history.

    Most estimates of a natural/optimal sugar intake for humans is 15g/day, to maybe 30g max (Cordain, Lustig, Jaminet).
  3. Yes, humans are born addicted to sugar.

    Yes, humans are born addicted to sugar.
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    You are the one disproving how it doesn't work,...

    You are the one disproving how it doesn't work, not really my deal.

    I'm busy playing Starcraft...
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    No, your first statement on how the insulin...

    No, your first statement on how the insulin hypothesis works, didn't accurately state how it is believed to work.
  6. LOL, good one. ;) The internet is a weird...

    LOL, good one. ;)

    The internet is a weird place.
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    No, it's still valid.

    No, it's still valid.
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    It's no bother, I just keep wondering why Mark...

    It's no bother, I just keep wondering why Mark doesn't put the answers to these questions on his FRONT PG since these are asked every week.

    It takes a while for people to get used to high fat, and...
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    I don't know why MDA hasn't made a "sticky" on...

    I don't know why MDA hasn't made a "sticky" on this frequently asked question.

    Sugar withdrawal sucks. You didn't make it, 2 days isn't enough. You WILL cease-functioning for a few days, there is...
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    Yup, supporting the metabolic syndrome epidemic.

    Yup, supporting the metabolic syndrome epidemic.
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    Meh, in the seven years since Taubes said this...

    Meh, in the seven years since Taubes said this stuff something like +0.03% more people get it, added to the 0% who got it before. If this rate continues, in 500 years maybe 2.1% will get it.
  12. Yup, all those things are related, and are...

    Yup, all those things are related, and are driving the poor health in modern society. Non-diet things are important too, but mostly it's just that atrociously unnatural diet.

    Of course going...
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    Yes, we know exceptions exist, yet the...

    Yes, we know exceptions exist, yet the macro-pattern still exists. Thus the question remains; why on the whole are cavities in the Paleolithic so low, if they were eating so many cooked starches and...
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    The thread on brains is over here, it's been...

    The thread on brains is over here, it's been discussed. Neanderthals had a lower brain/body ratio (encephalization).
    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread98981.html
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    Sorry, I don't understand why you suddenly darted...

    Sorry, I don't understand why you suddenly darted off on this tangent, the topic was "what Grok ate". Carbs increased, population increased, dental health decreased, cranial capacity decreased,...
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    I think we are deviating a bit from what the...

    I think we are deviating a bit from what the evidence suggests they ate, to "intuition would tell us they would eat...".

    We know a few things; we (meaning sapiens) all come from Africa 200K YA....
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    Yeah, my posting style can be somewhat...

    Yeah, my posting style can be somewhat "confrontational" at times, or so I've been told.
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    And which paleolithic people were living in the...

    And which paleolithic people were living in the tropics on avocados and coconuts?? Not my ancestors for sure.
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    These things go thru different phases, you're...

    These things go thru different phases, you're only 3 months in. You can check over everything and make sure you are doing it right (getting enough salt, macros, micros), but it could be that you just...
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    If you've listened to this guy's other talks (on...

    If you've listened to this guy's other talks (on evolution) he totally makes stuff up, to fit his business. It gets really weird, that was my point.
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    The ninja lives on!!!!!! :cool: :D :cool:

    The ninja lives on!!!!!!

    :cool: :D :cool:
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    We ripped him apart a couple weeks ago. He's...

    We ripped him apart a couple weeks ago.

    He's wrong. Specifically his error was working with some Neolithic Asians and concluding that was an "ancestral diet", and the optimal human diet. He didn't...
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    No, that's the Neolithic trap. Once you go down...

    No, that's the Neolithic trap. Once you go down that road (increase population beyond the local h/g food supply) there is no going back.

    Just like today -- we can't support 8B people on paleo. We...
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    Seems like a solid plan.

    Seems like a solid plan.
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    Chronological order 10K YA to 2007 --> grains >...

    Chronological order 10K YA to 2007 --> grains > to scale up population in a fixed location > town then requires leaders/government to be functional > and that means rules > workers need to work, but...
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