One non-nutritional argument against the Paleo diet
From a public health perspective, what good is a diet that it cannot scale? Some say Paleo isn't sustainable for the entire world globally or even on smaller scales in less-developed nations. Althoug pursuing one's best health is laudable in theory, what happens when we concentrate on this instead of pressing global health issues.
To be clear, I am not accusing anyone Is that true? At the risk of being this way. Butsounding glib, mindful isn't part of the reputation of some holier-than-thou Paleo lifestyle to use our brains to solve out current problems? Shouldn't we use our brains to better the world? Surely, vegans and a recent article in the Atlantic on agribusiness aren't the over-the-topness of some foodies, I only ones who can see how people struggling to make ends meet would appreciate have a different form of activismpolitical presence.
It is true that by reducing the disease burden of the diseases of civilization we could
Reducing DOC cost might free up money for our government to spend on more humanitarian measures. But, that seems to me to be both passive an require an overly charitable idea of how the government reallocates surplus funds.
Interested to hear your thoughts, Mike