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However in the absence of adequate grazing herbivores the dead material that stands upright shifts from rapid biological decay to gradual breakdown through oxidation and weathering. This gradual breakdown leads to the dead material filtering and inhibiting light from reaching growth points and thus provoking the death of many grass plants.

What follows varies with the amount of rainfall. If the precipitation level is high enough, grassland shifts to shrubs and trees, or else where lower, it shifts to bare generally algae-covered soil and desert bushes. Rain that soaks into the soil largely evaporates out of the soil surface in subsequent days. Or, if large falls of rain occur, most of the rainwater flows off — causing flooding.

This is why both droughts and floods have increased in frequency and severity even where no change in rainfall has yet occurred. This process happens more rapidly where rainfall is lowest. In such environments, before humans killed off most wild herbivores, rainfall effectiveness and health of grasslands was maintained by masses billions of large herding animals with bunching behaviour as protection from pack-hunting predators. Bunching, even where no migration occurs, ensures movement off of dung and urine fouled ground, so constant movement led to trampling, grazing, dunging and urinating thus maintaining overall soil cover and grassland health.

Following the killing of most herbivores and their replacement by relatively few domesticated livestock, humans would soon have learned that the grasslands began dying if not burned using fire. While fire does remove the moribund material and thus keep adult grass plants alive prolonging the grassland, it also exposes soil and leads to wider plant spacing and thus desertification over time.

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  6. Please read further and get a deeper understanding, I could not have written it better. We will be talking about Vilhjalmur, although there are far earlier explorers, but his story of being stuck with the Inuit is one not very well known. During this time he lived off only their diet, their schedules and followed life exactly as the artic people do. The Canadian was mostly interested in their nutrition, health and living conditions.

    The Inuits ate times a day, and dealt with the extreme colds very well, due to high amounts of calories from fat and protein. They ate nothing that had carbohydrates and also did not use or have any salt to add to foods, eating most of their meat raw and boiled. They would preserve their food by freezing and drying, eating high fish slightly rotten , and they would eat their fish slightly frozen, almost as hard as an ice cream left out the freezer for 5 minutes in room temperature.

    They generally ate one thing at a time and in its season, only sometimes mixing fats from other animals to leaner proteins from another animal if needed, such a seal blubber or whale blubber. The heart and kidneys were fed to kids and the liver and all other parts fed to their sledge dogs. They ate little to no organs and were thriving on their favourite fats, full of fat soluble vitamins.

    Their baggy clothes made of skin and left to dry for the next day of hunting and hard work to survive, they were not fat as their clothes may make them look and their round faces are genetics. The Canadians explorers at 1st hated their diet and the Inuits would cook their fish differently for them.

    Upon returning back to boats, where they had a kitchen and western food, many felt sick and lethargic from the food, wanting to return back to their all meat diet. Although new comers that only stayed a few weeks, never adapted and would not return or try to be on meat alone, not enough adaptation time. Some raw or pink in the middle and some medium well cooked. Instead of giving too much, time again if interested to do your own thinking and research.

    Can we be robust and energetic on meat alone? This new so called carnivore trend, is it a trend or are we just copying the humans that got us here? Why is history repeating and many of us coming back to this old relationship to food, is that a trend, they come and go..? This so called trend has and still is consistent from millions of years to now So why are coastal tribes so remarkably healthy, with low body fat and well developed musculature built in the purpose of their survival needs and environmental mechanics to navigate?

    These people fast when necessary and feast at every opportunity available, no measurements or same day meal timings, and nor any broad selection of food. The stress of fasting is a homsesis effect these people under go in scarcity, unlucky hunts and illness. Releasing any stored toxins to be dealt with by Liver, Kidneys, Skin and Colon.

    When they feast, it will be a hunted animal if a good hunt, accompanied by fish, shellfish, mollusc.


    Not often all mixed together, when something is in season, focus is generally on that 1 food. LDL transports the cholesterol assimilated in the liver to peripheral tissues, this will eventually go into synthesis of steroids and into membranes. These tribes do not have the luxury and comfortability of large or frequent meals of their choice. They also are adapted to this way, just how I give form and structure to adapt back more intuitive thoughts and reactions to food with clients. So this is also why you do not see any looking like bodybuilders, but just slightly more muscular than average on and off gym goer, who eats well.

    In the windward islands of the Caribbean I use to catch and eat Lobster often. High in DHA, protein and minerals, complete source of nutrition for the brain and body.