Tag Archives: Consumption
Scientific American bags on the Paleo diet primarily because Paleolithic diets varied so much from region to region. For example, the diet of the Arctic Paleolithic hunter/gatherer was very different from that of the Central American hunter/gatherer. Reasonable argument. Another … Continue reading
Kris Gunnars over at Authority Nutrition has a excellent piece on on brain benefiting nutrients found exclusively in Meat, Fish and Eggs. -Go Carnivore!
1. Kentucky ranked as a top state for Trophy Deer. Outdoor Magazine used what it calls a “whitetail scale” to sift the country’s top deer-producing states. The equation included trophy deer production, hunter density (seven per square mile in Kentucky), the cost … Continue reading
Charles Choi has a post on Live Science that takes on the recent debate as to whether or not early humans were hunters. Some archaeologists maintain that early humans relied more heavily upon scavenging and gathering rather than hunting, thus eating a diet less focused on meat … Continue reading