This was posted on the 8th, but in case anyone missed it, here is the article from the NY Times.
First the Washington Post and now this - great to see this lifestyle getting more attention.
I was expecting a bit of mickey-taking but it seemed to be pretty straight.
I'm glad they mentioned the shades of grey. They mentioned one guy ate meat raw, while others didn't go beyond sushi. Then one person ate tomatoes and another wasn't so strict...but they were ALL healthy looking!
I wonder if those guys are in this forum lol
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awesome, I particularly liked the last line. He mentioned talking about opening a restaurant, I had the same idea but with the name "The cave" or something,but that sounded like some weird underground club.
I was also glad they showed the range... and also that some people prefer to refer to the way of eating/lifestyle by different names. Not all "cavemen" but also paleo, hunter-gatherer, etc...
I did think it was weird that the journalist used words like "tribe" and "disciples" and "followers" and such so often though - makes it sound cultish.
Eating lots but still hungry? Eat more fat. Mid-day sluggishness? Eat more fat. Feeling depressed or irritable? Eat more fat. People think you've developed an eating disorder? Eat more fat... in front of them.