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I don't understand your "everyone here" thinking? Why use consensus to determine what our pre-agricultural ancestors ate?Since we can't be sure or determine what our ancestors ate, I prefer to get experimental and science data from people who don't get soft tissue calcification eating more animal products here and now. Maybe they have other tools and foods to keep PTH down that I haven't come across yet. I see vitamin D supplementation is mentioned here often.
If this bothers you, feel free to eat mostly raw plant food like a few here do.I could try that, although too much fruit makes me a little less stress tolerant.
I don't think everyone here is preparing the bonesj...
Only thing I can think of is fructose, it could be helping the fruit/meat eaters here as fructose inhibits and regulates phophorus absorption, prevents some of its negative effects.
My question is how can you keep the parathyroid hormone low when you're eating a lot of muscle meat (phosphorus) and no dairy (calcium).