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If I ate only one veg/day, and I wanted to get those said veg nutrients while avoiding the said antinutrients, then which vegetable or vegetable group would I choose?

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on September 05, 2012
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Paleolithic man wasn't subject to all the chemicals you are bombarded with on a daily basis. Nowhere to run, game has changed, eat some veggies (including chocolate).

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You cannot get all of your required nutrients from meat alone. Humans are not obligate carnivores, rather we are facultative carnivores.

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Vegetable toxicity? What are you talking about?

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Well, a meat exclusive diet would be deficient in things like vitamins C, K, & E, likely Calcium, likely Magnesium (unless you're really chowing down on bone). As well as denying any beneficial phytochemicals present in plants. You'd also probably end up with too much zinc, copper, iron, etc...

And it's not as if our bodies aren't capable of dealing with moderate amounts of oxalates, phytates, lectins, goitrogens, etc...

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If I ate only one veg/day, and I wanted to get those said veg nutrients while avoiding the said antinutrients, then which vegetable or vegetable group would I choose?

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