https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2021/03/21/african-hadza-tribe.aspx?ui=9a5a9783c0e14a9229346e265becd2d34f79822c53171cf2d433d3c43cd090f1&sd=20210107&cid_source=dnl&cid_medium=email&cid_content=art1ReadMore&cid=20210321_HL2&mid=DM835831&rid=1112790369

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https://heartandsoil.co/   Dr. Paul Saladino, author of “The Carnivore Code” — a book on nose-to-tail animal-based eating

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • The Hadza tribe are among the best still-living representations of the way humans have lived for tens of thousands of years. They’re nomadic hunter-gatherers whose diet is primarily meat-based
  • Chronic disease is rare among the Hadza, who remain vital well into old age
  • The Hadza primarily eat meat, including organ meats and connective tissue, tubers, berries, and fruit and honey from the baobab tree. As such it is relatively low to moderate in fiber
  • Raw honey contains nitric oxide metabolites that are converted back to nitric oxide when consumed. Research shows honey increases nitric oxide and total nitrite concentrations and improves endothelial function. Heating decreases the nitric oxide metabolites in the honey
  • There’s an intrinsic happiness that spontaneously arises when you engage in certain types of behaviors, and topping that list is the regular immersion in the natural world