For most of human evolution, cholesterol may have been virtually absent from the diet.No bacon, butter, trans fats, and massive amounts of fiber, which pulls cholesterol from the body.You rock Angela, you inspired me to become plant based and to keep going at it with your wonderful cookbook and beautiful blog posts.I can NOT wait for OSG2 :) I think that that’s a great approach to take.Though it may be reasonable to assume our nutritional requirements were established in the prehistoric past, the question of prehistoric past remains. We’ve been evolving for 25 million years since our common great ape ancestor, during which time our nutrient requirements and digestive physiology were set down, and therefore probably little affected by our hunter-gatherer days at the tail end.So what were we eating for the first 90% of our evolution?
But it seems some people are actually eating too much fruit, leading to health problems such as obesity, and to tooth decay.
In an excerpt from her biography of Snowdon, the author explores why happily ever after was never in the cards.
On February 19, 1948, Duff Cooper, the former British ambassador to France and a noted appraiser of women, went with his wife, Lady Diana, to a luncheon at Buckingham Palace with the King, Queen, and their two daughters, the Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret Rose (as Margaret was then called).
There's no denying fruit's health benefits - it's packed with vitamins, fibre and antioxidants, which protect against disease.
recommendation for the amount of fruit and vegetables we should eat.