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Animals, eggs, fish nose to tail: most nutrient-dense food for homosapiens.

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Dr. Naiman, in this discussion with Brian Sanders of Peak Human podcast, covers the basic history of homosapiens’ diets as hunter-gatherers. It was meat, hunted, and cooked that enabled our nutrient hungry brains to develop. He recommends that we eat animal protein at 20-35% of our calories. He recommends avoiding the pitfall of overeating carbs.

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