Trunk, thanks for the link. Cordain is a Phd at Colorado State and the most prolificof authors on paleo diet studies. Campbell of course is the author the China Study that touts lower protein. Ironically, both would come down on the side of natural vs. processed foods . . . and, most importantly, both agree on the importance of huge amounts of plants in the diet. The debate is over the ratio carb/protein/fat. I'm headed back to the link right now.
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wab, thanks for the link to the article. I read all of it and so did BF even before I did.
BF also finished "The Omnivore's Dilemma", the book written by the same author. I had brought the book home from the libe based on Nords' rec (thanks, Nords) but BF got to it before I did. I am still on the third chapter.
Pollan is an excellent writer. I will never ignore "the silence of the yams" again.
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