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Mike hij zegt wel dat kokosnootolie en olijfolie slecht zijn, en ook dat melk rauw of niet slecht is, lees onderstaande maar van zijn site gekopieerd:
The Bad Foods
Paleolithic people ate no dairy products, hardly ever ate cereal grains, didn't salt
their food, didn't have refined sugar, and sporadically ate honey -- when they found it. They did not eat legumes (soybeans, all other beans, black-eyed peas, tofu, peanuts, etc.). They did not eat processed foods with grain additives (i.e., high-fructose corn syrup), partially hydrogenated oils (trans fatty acids), nor did they cook with processed vegetable, fruit, or nut oils. And they did not eat high-starch foods such as potatoes and yams!
Modern Americans use a lot of vegetable oils. Early man did not. Consequently, nearly all of these oils should be avoided altogether. Among the worst are coconut, corn, soybean, safflower, wheat germ, olive, avocado, walnut, canola, and cottonseed. Only a few oils are safe in moderation. The best are flaxseed and fish. In all cases oils are major doses of fat and that in itself is questionable. Maybe the best fat of all is grass-fed animal fat!
Anthropologists tell us that about 60% to as much as 85% of early man's food was meat – and it was only grass-fed meat (meat from animals never fed grain). Meat was followed by vegetables (for instance spinach, kale, collards, beet greens, romaine lettuce, etc. followed by broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, etc.). Then, since they were seasonal, at times in very minor amounts there were some nuts and tart fruits (such as squash, berries, small apples, and the tiny wild fruits such as persimmons and wild plums we sometimes find when hiking in the woods). Sure, at times man also lucked out and had some honey. But that was real rare.
As for dairy, well modern man is the only beast on earth that figures he needs milk past weaning. In fact, dairy is one of man's most recent agricultural inventions. So all of this nonsense about drinking milk for strong bones and teeth is mythology. It really does not matter if milk is raw or not. It is flat out unnecessary post weaning. To make matters worse, nearly all diary products available today are from grain-fed cows and goats.
Dat komt omdat hij van de Paleo-overtuiging is. Ik bwonder hem er niet minder om. Ik kan een aantal Paleo-mensen goed hebben, zoals Ted Slanker, Mark Sisson en Richard Nikoley. Ik vergeef hem dus deze lichte dwaling.