I think you'll be hard-pressed to find anyone on this site that doesn't eat a "mostly" plant-based diet. I am willing to bet I consume more meat than 90% of the people on this site, easily 150-200g of protein daily, and I consume far more vegetables than I eat meat.
Originally Posted by VeggieLover
The bulk of your calories should come from animals, the bulk of your weight and volume should come from plants. That's how I live, and it seems to be working fine.
All you are saying is that an omnivorous diet free of modern foods seems to be ideal. All I have to say to that is "no kidding."
If Americans only ate small quantities of non-GMO properly fermented sourdough bread, I imagine we'd have very limited health issues by comparison. There is a big difference between organic ancient wheat that's been fermented by sourdough starter (not baker's yeast!) for days and genetically-modified high-gluten quick rise white bread made with baker's yeast and fortified with soybean oil. That's what we eat here.
Here is a picture of my last grocery excursion:
I challenge you to find a vegetarian that eats more vegetables than me. The vegetarians I know barely even eat vegetables! Unless you consider grilled cheese, black bean brownies and pizza vegetables.
IBFcorntortillasaren'tprimal. Primal no, healthy, yes, but ONLY these specific ones.
Last edited by ChocoTaco369; 02-20-2013 at 10:28 AM.
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