Dam Vanne [when you gonna make another movie bro? :-)]…I truly believe that these researchers on Paleolithic Nutrition are on to something. The only big problem with following this type of diet is that it is very difficult to find/afford wild game meat, eggs to eat that have been laid by chickens who are allowed to eat worms and other free range natural feed, etc. Even fruits/veges today have been manipulated to have a higher content of sugar, to make them sweeter. Ever see what original corn used to look like? Two or three fricken kernels each!!! A far cry from modern bred corn. I do think, however, that this type of eating plan is possible with some tweaks here and there. The main concept is to avoid basing your diet on grains and other starches, and concentrate more on lean meats, leafy green veges, fruits, other veges, nuts and seeds. The nuts and seeds are the KEY here, because they will provide you with the healthy fats, fibers, and calories to replace what you would get from grains. It is not just the protein, but the healthy fats you should be concerned about. I would eat chicken breasts, very lean meats, and supposedly they are introducing eggs that have a higher omega-3 content onto the market now. If you don’t like nuts and seeds, use flax meal or oil. The human body can survive quite well without carbs! (read about the Inuit Eskimos). Anyhow, see if you like this way of eating by experimentation, if not, then go back to eating bagels. No biggy. Also, you may want to check out a book called ‘Nutrition and Evolution’ by Michael Crawford and David Marsh.