Yes - beacuse our ancient ancestors were very big on easy runs with the dogs and egg white omelets with fresh veggies.
hold the phone wrote:
"Most mornings James begins his day by taking his dogs with him on a short run. James’ favorite breakfasts include plain yogurt mixed with unsalted walnuts or pecans, cinnamon and berries, or an egg white omelet with fresh vegetables, or an avocado dressed with fresh lemon. James can be found, at any point of the day, with a cup of green tea in hand. Two to three times per week, James will enjoy a meal consisting of oily fish. Salmon and trout are among his favorites. James enjoys spending his free time outdoors, playing with family and friends...
Dr. O’Keefe highly suggests that in order to live a healthy lifestyle, humans must return to the lifestyles of our ancient ancestors. This is essential because the nutritional needs of our current era were determined many centuries ago in the remote pre-historic past. We have been genetically adapted to thrive in a Hunter-Gatherer type of lifestyle..."