I’ve become increasingly interested in nurtritional anthropology and “ancestor diets” and research. It’s been on my “to read” list for quite some time. However, as the subject matter is weight maintenance and not weight loss, I was in no particular rush to read it. However, it kept coming up in the ancestor diet reading lists, that I finally decided I’d order it from the library.
I just finished reading it, and I was really impressed. I could relate to and/or agreed with nearly everything the author had to say. I think I thought “I’m not sure that would work well for me,” only once or twice. I think it may have been the first book I can truly say that about.
I wish I’d read it sooner. It’s entirely compatible with my current food plan, except that I had to seriously review my views on moderate use of modern foods, and on the very concept of moderation itself. I really appreciate the advice to review every choice, asking “is it worth it.” If I’m honest with myself that’s where I fail most often, I tend to ask “was it worth it,” more often than “would it be worth it.”
I was so impressed, that I took a lot of notes, and am considering buying the book as it seems like a book I’d refer to repeatedly.