since ZC/VLC doesn't work for me, I've decided to adopt a moderate carb Kitava-like diet.
Btw: There was a short documentary on German television about the Yari Yari, an idigenous tribe from new guinea - quite similar to the Kitavans. It was astonishing! They had the stature of athletes and were extremely healthy.
The video is definitely worth a glimpse. (Ignore the ad in the beginnig) http://www.prosieben.de/tv/galileo/videos/clip/277988-leben-extrem-bei-den-yari-1.3094200/
Anyway, it seems there is not much information about such diets in detail, the only hint I've found is this one:
The residents of Kitava lived exclusively on root vegetables (yam, sweet potato, taro, tapioca), fruit (banana, papaya, pineapple, mango, guava, water melon, pumpkin), vegetables, fish and coconuts.
Has anyone stumbled across some infos regarding macronutrient ratios, food lists, meal times, recipes, or other interesting habits in order to implement this diet as authentic as possible?