I don't do well with potatoes. At least not with sweet potatoes. Since I stopped eating greens, my health has been going down. I re-introduced some greens a while ago, but it's still far from great. Just adding more carbohydrates doesn't seem to work as expected.
How many of you still do the old-fashioned paleo diet (no safe starches, moderate fruit, ...) and eat a big amount of vegetables?
After all, wikipedia says :
Despite its relatively low carbohydrate content, the Paleolithic diet involves a substantial increase in consumption of fruit and vegetables, compared to the Western diet, potentially as high as 1.65 to 1.9 kg/day.
I got inspired by the TED talk with the woman who cured her MS... She ate 3 dinner plates full.