Hi there. I was looking into BPH remedies, and I found this fruit which like many other tropical fruit, drupes etc, contains interesting fats, that seem positive for the body.
And we all know about the seeming magic of coconut oil. Add to that that some tropical fruits have healthful/medically active properties, such as mangos, and the positive benefits of fatty fish....and it starts to look like a tropical diet might be quite ideal, outside of genetics.
Of course this fits with some of the more mainstream migration theories of early human evolution. I eat a fair bit of fish, and was considering gearing my diet this way. Sweet potatoes occasionally, lots of coconut (cream/milk/oil, actual coconuts, a little aminos), tropical fruit, plenty of fish, more occasional land mammal/bird (1-3 times a week)...I wondered, who might be following somewhat of a tropical paleo/primal, and if there are any good research summaries, or public proponents that might be worth me looking into (Or cookbooks)?
asked byDrael (70)
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