Did Cavemen have Six Pack Abs?

Did cavemen have six pack abs?

If you listen to all the experts, all the research and the years
and years of study, we found that most still has different
thoughts on the right diet for humans. Which brings me to the
title of this article; did cavemen have six pack abs?

If you listen to the experts who push the Palo diet and tell of
the natural diet of the caveman, they would lead you to believe
you would be as lean like a caveman. Fact, cavemen ate what
they could eat, they were scavengers’.

The caveman, didn’t really have a choice, they ate what they
could pick and kill. If you put a caveman in today’s society he
would eat processed food just like every other society that
has been exposed to the abundance of food and has fallen to
the new world of obesity.

Because cavemen had to hunt for food and get busy looking
for it and picking it, they burned a lot of calories, not to mention
the time they spent fasting probably tired and exhausted from
lack of food.

When they did kill their food they would feast, they never ate in
moderation; they ate until they could eat no more; because they
may go a long time before they ate again.

Without excess fat on the body the body would not have fuel
to sustain the rugged lifestyle of the caveman, if the caveman
was as lean as most think with a six pack of abs they would
have no energy to survive, their body would just consume itself.

So why, was the caveman so strong and thickly built? Same reason
a bull is massive; the same reason a gorilla is 800lbs, that’s the way
it is, it not because of the food. The caveman was strong and thickly
built because of the life they were exposed to, and the time they were
alive. It really was survival of the fittest. When they left to get food, there
was always a risk they would not come back.

As time goes on we evolve and adapt to fit our environment.  What do
you think would happen to a caveman that was a 90lb weakling?

We never hear of the weak caveman only the strong, because the
weak would never last. Cavemen, had to walk, sprint, pull, carry,
drag, lift, fight, wrestle their whole short existence, what would you
be like if you live this way every day for 30 years.

We look at today’s ripped to shreds experts, yet they really don’t eat the
caveman way, they eat in moderations, they don’t hunt for their own food,
they don’t go long periods without food while still trying to survive.

I do think lean proteins (game meats, fish, eggs and chicken) nuts, seeds,
vegetables, fruit and tons of water (cut back or out starches and flour
products) the way to excellent health and a lean body.

Toughness Builds Winners

Johnny Grube


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    The lifespan of the caveman was about 30 years. It was a tough life for sure. But he was a meat eater first of all, so I have read. And he had to deal with the saber toothed tiger and such. Dairy products can not be healthy for humans as they contain casin, a glue. It makes sense that meat, a product that we are made off , would be a good food. The problem is the amount that we consume. Very little is needed to satisfy our bodily needs. Education in portion control would be valuable in controlling our weight. And exercise is important to keep the muscles toned and ready for action such as the caveman needed.

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