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Re: What exactly are paleolithic forms of carbs?
« Reply #150 on: April 28, 2010, 03:51:06 pm »
OK Squall, I first thought you're just an hypocrite but you're obviously also an plain idiot.

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Re: What exactly are paleolithic forms of carbs?
« Reply #151 on: April 28, 2010, 11:13:15 pm »
OK Squall, I first thought you're just an hypocrite but you're obviously also an plain idiot.

Obviously. Welcome back in any case.
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Re: What exactly are paleolithic forms of carbs?
« Reply #152 on: January 09, 2018, 01:21:00 am »
Modern processed carbohydrates always = disease

Low glycaemic wild carbohydrates ie roots, starches = eventually to disease

Medium glycaemic wild fruit = disease


Berries & small fruits like kumquats, are concentrated fruits, with low antinutrients & high naturally occurring agents in the plant to counter the antinutrients


Most seaweeds, are also bad for you, a few like algae, chlorella & spirulina even dried, are beneficial, but they do have moderate carbs & can be negative in the long term

They also thin your blood

blood is not supposed to be thin-ish ? to deliver nutrients and oxygen fast?