Man living off game (mammoths, fowl, rabbits, antelopes and deer and so on) and little else seems like it was feasible when game roamed the earth and large stretches of it were unoccupied or not overpopulated by man.
Now that there are 7 billion of us and growing on this planet, and not nearly enough meat available for us to eat the way we evolved, it seems like such a high-meat diet is both a) not possible, and b) not good for the planet, a point that Taubes touches on early in the audiobook but does not return to.
So if that's the case, what's the best course to live low-carb and ecologically minded as well? My opinion might be something like lots of nuts, as much meat as one can live with conscientiously, lots of leafy greens, some fruit?
(I recently purchased "The Primal Blueprint" but haven't yet tackled that, perhaps the answers for weight maintenance and low-carb living are in there?)
Thanks. I've been wrestling with this issue since completing the audiobook.