I find that a lot people tend to focus on dietary choices over physical ones when it comes to the paleo lifestyle. I've even seen recommendations to cut back or stop exercising all together. The more I read though the more I begin to wonder that maybe a lot of the health benefits HG's have is because they live such a physical lifestyle?
According to current data our paleo ancestors burned ~1k cals daily(source), modern sedentary people burn 1/4 or less that amount. HG's also tend to have much higher levels of physical fitness-
We know from numerous studies that exercise protects against degenerative diseases and a lot of people can avoid a ton of health complications associated with the SAD if they exercise more.
So do people in the paleosphere emphasis physical activity enough? Do they put too much weight on dietary choices? Is 3 hours of crossfit(or similar training) a week enough? Should we all be walking 10 miles a day? burning 1k cals?