Please hack my plateau: I've been paleo for about six weeks now, and while I lost some weight initially, I have been rather irritable and sleepy, often losing interest in fighting off the android invaders who have taken over the planet. Mostly I walk around the perimeter of the bunker and lift old machinery in search of food about 2-3 times a week.
My typical diet includes a lot of intermittent fasting, with maybe one rat and three cockroaches for breakfast and a handful of dried up grass that still grows around the rubble that used to be the interstate. For dinner, I might catch a feral cat and share it with twelve other people. I have to admit, since we've had that radioactive cloud overhead for the last two years, I haven't been getting as much sunshine as I like. Do you think I need vitamin D supplements? Maybe I should up my intake of lean protein by not brushing the maggots off my meat? The warlord of our makeshift clan shakes his head and tells me to "just eat a balanced diet and eat in moderation." I am so frustrated! I am totally about to give up!
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Existential conundrum: Hey guys, if I don't have access to pasture raised cattle on a regular basis, is it better to have in vitro meat engineered with high omega-3's or caribou cloned from DNA found in Australopithecus' cave?
Paleo dieters maladapt to change in worldwide food supplies and die off while industrialized consumers thrive in a giant feedlot / drugpot. ie what if the whole worlds food got nuked and all those eating mass produced lab food adapted with the help of drugs and became a diseased offshoot race.
(g) Too bad it took so long for the "mainstream to catch on to this diet! After the GMO grain crisis of 2030 killed off 90% of the worlds population from a deadly plague which fed off these GMO grains. Today a small breeding colony of modern day cavemen and woman exist, mainly eating animals, living plants and drinking water.