I am curious what you think about Paul Jaminet's work about safe starches. My think is you don't trust it, but I am just thinking about if it is actually possible to maintain ketosis while also consuming starch with dishes, so long as you are supplementing with medium chain triglycerides and L-Leucine? Clearly his plan wouldn't be helpful for someone who reacts badly to vegetables, rice, or potatoes, but just thinking about about the knowledge behind staying in ketosis while consuming them.
Generally, fruit and vegetables are dense in fibers and essential vitamins and minerals and are thus a required part of the balanced Paleo diet. Balance is key here: vegetables, while essential, are best consumed alongside a variety of food teams. They, nor every other food group, cannot exclusively constitute a healthy diet A lot more than that, not absolutely all vegetables are created equal, nutrition-wise. They are really, however, delicious and offer a great deal of creative opportunities to diversify your daily diet!
I am not completely against the low carb diet, if it works thats fine. Regarding my knowledge on diabetes management, I believe I know a least as much as your average reader, or even more and I know both aspect, though not from the useful exprence, but rather theoretical. I am also going to get a diploma in technology, nevertheless I am much more open-minded that what I am educated, hence I read weblogs like yours.
At the same time, the Paleo Diet's focus on eating bone broth ignores the heavy lead contamination of meat and fish from seafood by-products given to farmed pets or animals and seafood. Even broth created from organic hen bones was found to contain markedly high business lead concentrations. Business lead has undesireable effects on nearly every organ in the body and will stay in your body for up to 30 years.