Thanks for sharing; these were interesting reads.
They also go to show why contradictions are so prevalent in the context of dietary advice.The articles made very good points about the speculated variability in both the food consumed and the people that consume the food.
I am intrigued by the possibility that human evolution may go beyond the simple out of Africa approach, but rather a more amalgamated view that people first came out of Africa, but then continued to evolve based on the environment to which they located.
We are all different because we come from different ancestors who lived in different regions with different climates and food supplies. The basic principle that I got out of it is that variability in good wholesome food is key. The author suggests that people should not lock themselves in a camp of only eating several kinds of foods or even fearing specific macronutrients. Novelty truly is the spice of life.