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Re: Questions for Larry Hoover johnj

Posted by Ilene on March 16, 2003, at 21:40:04

In reply to Questions for Larry Hoover Larry Hoover, posted by johnj on March 16, 2003, at 20:27:53

> Hi Larry,
> I wanted to ask you a few questions and bounce a few things that are on my mind. Everybody out there please feel free to jump in too.
> I think about evolution and times were a lot tougher way back when so why should I need more when in the past our ancestors made due with a lot less. Or did they? I wonder what you think about the Atkins diet, etc. I myself am going to give up some grains and see what happens.
I've given up grains (most days) and potatoes, eat more vegetables and meat, and pay attention to glycemic load. It's not an ultra-low carb diet, but I feel better than I did on a high-carb diet.

The Atkins diet is too extreme for me. Apparently you *must* take vitamins and minerals, at least when you start it. That says the diet is unbalanced.

I have doubts about the research that supports a high-carb diet. I think vegetable intake is more significant than grains or tubers. Plus there is no bodily requirement for carbohydrate, whereas you *need* fat and protein. You will die if you don't eat fat. You won't die if you eat no carbohydrate. (Google "rabbit starvation".)

Our ancestors needed to use more energy than we do, so they ate more, and they took in more vitamins and minerals. They probably ate more greens and meat than we do, and no milk or grains.





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