Are there any examples of healthy cultures who eat a lot of carbohydrate with a low fiber intake, say 400 grams of carbs and only 20-30 grams of fiber or a culture who eats a high flesh fat diet, non-dairy based?
I know the Chinese eat a fair amount of carb from white rice so their fiber intake must be somewhat low. However, I don't how healthy they really are. High fat cultures such as the French, Swedish or the Masai seem to eat a lot of fat from dairy, but not from animal flesh, such as tallow and lard. Dairy has its problems but it is much more nutrient dense than tallow and lard, which are essentially empty calories.
I guess what I am trying to determine is whether a high carb diet could be healthy despite being moderate in fiber and if a high fat intake from animal flesh eaten anywhere in the world besides the paleosphere.