I wish you a wonderful and hopefully not too hot Sunday morning. THAT would have been my greeting this morning, but you know what? WordPress was of the opinion to delete my finished and saved blog instead of publishing it. Oh guys, I was sooo mad.
I had researched and written for over two hours and, contrary to my habit, this time of all times I hadn’t written on paper but in the Blog. That means I start all over again.
So, here is the second version of my blog. And a warning for all bloggers, don’t rely on the fact that what is shown as saved is really saved. WP clearly proved me wrong today. Soon I will host the whole thing myself.
So now let’s start over again.
Interval fasting part four, a review
A small review into the nourishing habits of earlier humans and why for these interval chamfered was normal, but nevertheless an involuntary exception.
As we already learned at school, the Stone Age people were first probably collectors. That means, they ate what they found in nature. Do fruits grow all year round?
No, if they didn’t find anything and didn’t think of stocking up, there was nothing, if nothing grew or nothing was edible.
How did Stone Age people actually find out what was edible and what was not? Perhaps they observed the animals and what they ate without dying was edible. Maybe there were tasters, who knows.
Fasting in the cradle of mankind 7 million years ago, in Africa
At the origins of mankind, we know that the weather and vegetation were quite inhospitable.
It is known that people were constantly busy to survive. So they ate what they found. If there was no fruit, they ate grass or even tree bark in an emergency. But one can assume that they ate simply everything that seemed to be edible.
That means in reverse, they found nothing, no idea, maybe they ate themselves to survive. But presumably they had also at that time already really long chamfering phases. Involuntarily.
One can also assume that milk, eggs and processed products like bread were simply completely unknown.
Since these people, neither fire, nor tools had or even knew.
In principle, the first humans or human ancestors were collectors who ate everything they could get.
Their only goal was to survive. But they were neither blind nor stupid, and were probably pretty good at one thing.
So of course they saw what the animals they were observing did, they hunted and killed their prey before eating it.
So what could be more obvious than to do the same? The first hunters emerged. Especially since people quickly noticed that meat had much more nutritional value than tree bark…
So they had looked at what the animals do following their instincts and started to do the same. Hunting and catching animals.
The beginnings of hunting were clumsy and not yet specialized. It was also quickly realized that this required the fastest and strongest members of the community.
The gender roles were born. Pregnant women, nursing mothers, sick and weak people suddenly had different tasks than those who were able to hunt.
People began to organize and specialize. Nevertheless, if nothing was found, one had to fast.
One can assume due to the weather that these chamfering periods were quite very long. On the other hand these humans could move on simply in periods of drought, since they were not settled and open so new sources of food.
Humans had found fire also after a few million years and knew quite fast to use fire.
For about 700000 years he has also been able to light the fire himself, making it easier to catch animals and prepare food. 2 million years earlier, he was still dependent on preventing found fire from going out. But even then they could keep their burrows warm and roast meat and fruits over the fire.
They had probably already recognized that collecting and hunting alone is not enough, but that one must also build up stocks in order to always have food. There are archaeological reports according to which one knows that whole peoples had to fast, when the supplies were simply rotten, because one could not decide before to use them up.
We can infer now however from the fact that freiwilliges chamfered probably rather NO component of the everyday life was, but always only from the emergency out was carried out!
Which means for us that we cannot use it unfortunately as statement that THIS represents the original nourishing form.
Regardless of this, I will nevertheless deal with it further in detail. Since I and many others with interval chamfered make very good experiences.
Look forward to the next blogs about it.
Lucid world of dreams, whats it for?
Is there such a thing as light and love ?
Light tunnels shine as the name already says, light. But this sort of light is radiating warmth and the feel of security, so you move closer and closer until you go through. It will always try to convince you to go through by even showing you your friends and family, something youre familiary with. Nothing„How does a light tunnel look like ?“ weiterlesen
Hell and heaven exist?
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