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11 Replies to “KETOGENIC DIET: Power-house interview w/ professor Tim Noakes!”

  1. Keto does kind of make sense to me from an evolutionary point of view. Humans evolved before civilization. Civilization was created based on grain agriculture. It allowed people to settle down and stay in one place instead of hunting and gathering. But we are still designed to eat meat and fat as far as I'm concerned.

  2. What other industries would be effected if people weren't needing meds, and medical treatments from carbohydrate abuse? This goes a little deeper than just the farmers and such.

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