If you knew then what you know now would you have lived differently? Would being taught this in the same manner kids are taught the food pyramid actually have changed your behavior in anyway? I mean lets face it even the USDA food pyramid doesn't necessarily condone 64oz big gulps and doritos at every meal.
I have seen some young posters on recently and have to say congrats for being ahead of the curve.
From some more senior posters I've seen ...interesting comments along the lines of ..."well your only xyz age you don't have to worry about being paleo yet". Those are less frequent than the answers that are given regarding regaining heath that usually state that if you have been eating sad for "x" decades you can't expect all the damage done to be reversed after one week of paleo.
I'd like to here both sides, if there are two sides to this.
For me I have to admit I was told not to do a lot of things...and did them anyhow. To some extent that is part of growing up. However, I was a wrestler both in high school and college and really wish I had a better appreciation of nutrition at the time. Instead I thought the only improvements made were by working harder. Ah well.