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    Anyone else want to move to Sweden with LCHF diet recommendations?

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    Sweden is cool, as is Andreas.

    If you think about it people have been high carb for 10,000 years now, has there ever been a post-Neolithic society that went back to high-fat??? To my knowledge it has never happened.

    What they need to do is to change their entire food supply to mirror this "recommendation". If the recommendation conflicts with the food supply, the food supply will win.

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    We have been higher carb, and for modern man the LCHF processed oil diet did not become a big failed experiment until the 70's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirlot View Post
    and for modern man the LCHF processed oil diet did not become a big failed experiment until the 70's
    Modern man was on a low-carb diet in the 70s??

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    Sign me up. They have a higher standard of living than the US.

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    You can of course just eat healthy while living in Canada or the USA. Nobody is forcing you to eat crap, or has Canada started making you ingest hockey pucks?

    Sorry but those days of zero to only a few hours of sunlight might just get me having the blues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eats.meats.west View Post
    Nobody is forcing you to eat crap, or has Canada started making you ingest hockey pucks?
    This is sort of a meaningless statement though, as was discussed below. Changing the entire nation's food supply, and thus eating habits, is the only way to correct the problem. Sweden is the only nation going down that road.

    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread110042.html
    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread110113.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleo-Wan-Kenobi View Post
    Sign me up. They have a higher standard of living than the US.
    As do a lot of "socialist" countries. Corruption and welfare for the rich has made capitalism a joke.
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    My brother lives in Sweden. When visiting I noticed that:
    - Food substances in the grocery store were highly processed.
    - Fresh anything was crazy expensive and in limited supply, though I was there for x-mas.
    - Way too many things came in tubes, squeeze tubes.

    He'll tell you that taxes are insanely high, but getting better (at a snails pace).
    I thought the people were some of the least friendly I've met in my travels. Though, when I meet Swedes elsewhere on the globe they're wonderful.

    It's a beautiful country; I look forward to my next visit...in the summer.

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