i usually have only one meal a day (in the evening), eating, for the most part, either animal- or plant-derived foods, an approach that renders my diet to look something like this:
day2: meat (anything from ground beef to chicken liver)
day4: going full veg*n: which may be potatoes with butter, or bananas with maple syrup
but here's an issue i have recently noticed, with the rise in temperature (which can go as high as 35 degrees C [=95F]), it appears that my ability to handle zero carb ('no plants') meals has either drastically diminished or completely disappeared: what was completely tolerable in winter has become almost impossible in summer: about 3 hours after a ZC-meal i feel ridiculously awful: nausea, weakness, uncomfortable feeling in stomach, and, what i would call, a 'full-blown disgust with life' when the only thing you can/want to do is to lie down in coma-like prostration
so, the question(s):
has anyone (doing ZC) else noticed the same issue?
does it make sense from an evolutional perspective that humans are adapted to ZC during cold periods, but should adopt a more plant/carb-centered way of eating during hotter seasons?