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Caveman food pyramid

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That whole diet makes sense to me with the exception of potatoes. Why none of those Emeric?
 

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Im going to take a guess and say that its referring to White Potatoes?

No way am I giving up my yams/sweet potatoes!! :love:
 

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What's the list on the right and the skull n bones?
 

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I think, pretty much, every people had a starchy staple in their respective diets.
 

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I was on another forum the other day and i cannot remember which one but someone siad, "cavemen were old if they reached 35, why would i eat like one of those guys?" I know there were so many factors that went into the age they got to but the statement none the less made me laugh..
The article Shelby posted was interesting but i would venture a guess to say that the material they used to make flour would have been sprouted am i wrong?? So it wouldnt intirely have been like the flour that has taken over our culture today.. I may be wrong but its interesting none the less..
 

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Well, you don't have to fight off wild tigers and Visigoths and whatnot anymore. LOL! Not to mention all of the medical advances that we now take for granted.
 

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