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From: Michael (125.25.178.105)
Subject:         Simulating food scarcity
Date: September 23, 2013 at 5:38 am PST

Hi Doug!

A philosphical question for you:

In "nature" (I realize that strictly speaking we are always in
nature, but I hope you know what I mean still, a natural
setting, "still wild" etc) we would naturally experience
periods of no fruit availiable, maybe half a day here, a day
or two here and there, and maybe even longer periods of
limited availiable food. Our bodies of course has it's fat
stores to rely upon in such situations.

Do you think that since our bodies have evolved going through
scarcity periods, our bodies actually benefit from those
experiences in ways beyond just a digestive rest and that
fasting is actually something that should be done in a
conscious regulated way to "simulate" such situations? For
example, what about fasting for a day or maybe even two per
month? What about consciously having low calorie days etc?

Looking forward to your much appreciated answer as always!

Michael

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