are you on the active low carbers forum by chance lol...I just saw this same post there.
and I responded:
and just because they ate some bread does not assume they no longer CENTERED their diet around meat. plus the whole grains=roots, not grains part.
I'm not so sure that bird + ape = raccoon. Check your animal math again
Stabbing conventional wisdom in its face.
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In my experience, "journalists" always look for ways to egg people on to fight. It sells papers. So they find a way to stir up the paleos and the grain advocates. Yay! A fight!
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Ape and ape are ape...
Bird and ape are RA-ccoon
Ra-ccoon & ra-ccoon are gonna fight...
I agree with Danny Kaye! And the lots of animals. Can you hope to win, when such cuteness stands against you?
Also, paleolithic man probably needed to store fat at times. This ain't true for us.
To look at it from a sociological point of view it's still very much a hunter-gatherer society. It's incredibly laborious to harvest "true" grains and there's no way a nomadic group would bother to do it regularly. But the women, young and elderly could certainly grab the odd handful of cattails, wild potatoes and other easily foraged growing things in the same way they'd grab fruit and veg from trees and plants. And I don't see any proof in the "article" that they made naan or pancakes, just they they probably ground them up...maybe they made "bread" coating for their meat! Primal KFC, baby!
In my mind this does nothing to discredit their main diet. And I'm surprised to see (at least) three threads about it springing up on this forum!