Eat a variety of proteins. Don’t make it all steak. Have fish once in a while, or chicken. Try tossing some tofu into your next omelet. Or go completely vegetarian for one meal, and have a chili made of many different types of beans.
Of course this isn’t the first time we’ve found out that the supplement and/or processor actually have been selling us one thing and delivering something else.
For one thing, one has to remember that there were no Total world Food plants during those times. This means that there was no such thing as processed, packaged, or frozen foods. This also means that there was no use of chemicals or preservatives in the foods that the cavemen ate. To be even more detailed, there was no such thing as grocery stores. This means that cavemen had to hunt and forage their meals. So, already a consumer can think of a host of so-called food products that would be off of their shopping list, if they were going to buy a paleo book in order to learn the diet.
But there was a second obstacle. Unsaturated fats tend to spoil more quickly producing a rancid odor and taste. Therefore they cannot be stored for long periods of time. Limited shelf-life can be a hindrance for food producers and marketers. Any product that could be widely sold must be able to stand the test of time in relation to the whole real fresh food cycle.
Keep examining your English. Good spelling, punctuation and grammar are crucial. It is the first step in your personal demonstration to an employer. It says a lot about you. Also, poor English distracts the employer from studying the content of your CV.