Originally Posted By: hal9000
One thing that much of the research ignores (Dr. Jeff Volek completely ignored this concept in one of his review papers) is that, while many health problems can be associated with excess carbohydrate consumption, we also live way longer than our ancestors did. It's reasonable to conclude that our food had something to do with our increased lifespan.


Where is the love for public sanitation (sewer system), aqueducts (clean water), other civil works, and a marked decrease in Biblical wrath?

PS

Just had a home-made truffle someone brought in. A nice counter balance to the espresso still lingering on my tongue from a few minutes back.

Last edited by Mr Doof; 12/31/18 05:46 PM.