No Evidence Paleo Diet Matches Early Eating Habits
Dec. 18, 2014 — There’s no explanation that a renouned paleo (Paleolithic) diet indeed matches what early humans ate, a new investigate says.
The diet — complicated in meat, fish and vegetables and light in pellet products and processed food — is ostensible to be identical to how humans’ ancestors ate between 10,000 and 2.5 million years ago, ABC News reported.
But there is small justification that early humans consumed a specialized diet or regarded any one food organisation as generally important, according to investigate author Ken Sayers, an anthropologist during Georgia State University.
“Whatever angle we chose to demeanour during a diets of a early ancestors, it’s tough to pinpoint any one sold feeding strategy,” he told ABC News.
In fact, it’s some-more expected they were opportunistic feeders, Sayers said.
The investigate was published in a Quarterly Review of Biology.