This question is directed more for the white folks on this forum.
have you ever tried an anglo-saxon somewhere around the dark ages type of diet? There are a few reasons why I think it may be beneficial for me(my main problem is skin health.)
Firstly, I believe there is merit to ancestral eating. The foods in the Anglo-dark-age diet would fall in line with my personal food cravings
Secondly, this would be about as far as I could go back in terms of a traditional "anglo-saxon diet" even here the records are a little sketchy for some odd reason, but we have a general gist of the diet.
and thirdly i think that a lot of our deep rooted psychology came from around this period, more so than paleo times. This is just speculation and I won't dive much into it because it's not the point of my question.
So the diet, for my particular Saxon heritage would be heavy on oats, honey, rye and particularly BARLEY. Minimal animal foods mostly in the form of seafood and eggs(I'm not doing the Lord's diet here). Dairy, vegetables mainly leak. and the list of fruits apples, pears, plums, cherries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries and grapes
Do you guys think this diet is worth embarking on? I felt hypocaloric on paleo personally.