I stumbled upon your blog and your nutrition approach made me curious. I myself are a strong believer in paleo diet which is also whole, natural foods, no grains but allows for meat and fish.
I see that your diet allows for plenty of fruit. That is the part that makes me wonder since the fruit we have today are far sweeter than whatever our pre-ancestors had access to. As a paleo-eater I am weary of too much sugars.
I hope maybe in the future you could address that in one of your posts.
What a great comment Ewa, thanks!
I've been a paleo eater (meat, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy) for 15 years or so, but in the last couple of years I've been experimenting with first vegetarian and then vegan paleo. This year I discovered lfrv (low fat raw vegan) paleo.
Fruits, vegs and nuts/seeds are and have always been essential paleo foods, for example look at Loren Cordain's foodlist in his book Paleo Diet:
You're right, the ubiquitous hybrid (often advertised as sweet and seedless) varieties of fruit are sweeter and possibly lower in other nutritients.
However I'm eating them daily without worries, as long as I'm burning all those extra sugars by exercising and eating less than 10% fat.
Probably most of our foods are quite different from what our ancestors ate. Nowadays meat is acid forming and fish is toxic. The food industry is destroying our health and environment.
Thanks again for taking time to comment, I'll surely blog more about this soon!