The “Million-Year-Old Diet”
“Lost Tanzanian Tribe” Reveals 3 Probiotic Superfoods That Keep Them Lean While Eating TONS of Sugar…
It’s no secret that our diets have changed a lot over the past several thousand years.
And I’m not just talking about the rise of “processed foods” and high-caloric carbs either…
The types of plants and animals our ancestors from 10,000 years ago (let alone 1 million years ago) ate are very different from the ones we eat now!
For example… when’s the last time you had porcupine?
Or a side of termites with… well… pretty much whatever you were eating?
What seems “weird” or downright “gross” to us was just “everyday eating” to our hunter-gathering ancestors.
And their gut bacteria (which we’re now finding is responsible for everything from our mental health to how easy it is for us to lose weight…) was far more diverse than ours is.
The reason we know that? It’s because scientists have finally analyzed the gut bacteria of a “lost tribe” from the Tanzanian wilderness in Africa… and made some pretty shocking discoveries from it.
The Lost Tanzanian Tribe’s “Probiotic Secret”… Revealed!
A peer-reviewed study in the scientific journal Nature Communications compared the gut bacteria of several different groups.
Among those groups was the Hadza tribe, a remote hunter-gatherer society in the wilds of Tanzania.
Scientists compared the gut bacteria of the Hadza with those of modern urban Italians, as well as two other African tribes close to the Hadza who farm their food… and who are shorter and “paunchier” than the Hadza… but who also work way harder than the Hadza do.
The results were nothing short of revolutionary!
The Hadza had far more diverse gut bacteria than their Italian and agricultural counterparts. 
Not only that… but the Hadza had several strains of gut bacteria that were listed as “unclassified bacteriotides.”
That means that they had gut bacteria that the researchers had never seen before!
This impact of their diverse gut bacteria shows in every part of their bodies.
Several of the researchers noted the Hadza’s “lean physiques” and “straight teeth.” This is in contrast to other nearby agricultural societies that tend to be shorter, have crooked teeth, and put on weight more easily.
You might assume that the Hadza eat sparingly, and have to spend most of their time working hard to get their food… but that’s actually not true.
Tim Spector, Professor of Genetic Epidemiology at King’s College in England spent three days with the Hadza, and noted that not only was food everywhere around them…
…but that also the Hadza practically gorged themselves on high-sugar foods, such as the rich natural honey nearby, and enormous amounts of berries.
The Hadza rarely had to expend much effort for food. And it may seem counterintuitive… but they have plenty to eat.
So they often only forage for a couple hours per day, eat all they want (including tons of sugar), and relax for the rest of the day.
They ate tons… and yet never seemed to gain a pound. That’s the power of healthy gut bacteria in action.
So all of this raises one very important question:
What exactly are the Hadza eating that gives them such diverse gut bacteria (and more svelte physiques than their harder-working, agricultural neighbors)?
1) Baobab Fruit
The Hadza gather this coconut-like fruit from the rows upon rows of baobab trees that line their territory.
They crack open the hard exterior, and then mix the powdery inside material with water to create a thick, rich, healthy shake.
They consider it “the perfect breakfast”–baobab is packed with vitamins, healthy fats, and (most importantly) fiber.
This means that baobab will quickly fill you up and keep you full for a long time.
Not only that, but it’s also considered to be an extremely prebiotic food; it feeds the “good bacteria” in the Hadza’s guts, and helps them reproduce and crowd out the “bad gut bacteria” that store calories as fat.
2) Wild Game
While Dr. Spector was among the Hadza, they enjoyed several different kinds of wild game.
The Hadza for sure enjoy the odd gazelle or other large grazing mammal…
But their main staple is a small mammal the size of a guinea pig called the hyrax.
Additionally, while Dr. Spector was around them, the Hadza speared two nocturnal porcupines, apparently a rare delicacy.
Wild game is better for you than “factory farmed” meat for several different reasons.
The first is obviously that wild game isn’t fed a diet of wheat, corn, soy, and antibiotics to “fatten it up,” and get more meat per animal.
But there are a host of other benefits to eating wild game (or at least grass-fed beef and meats).
The biggest one is that a key nutrient called conjugated linoleic acid (CLA for short) is present in much higher levels in wild game and grass-fed meat.
CLA has a host of health benefits, including appearing to reduce the risk of heart disease, and even some apparent cancer-prevention benefits.
Wild game also has higher levels of omega 3 fatty acids, which are the “good for you” fatty acids found in fish oil and krill oil.
Oftentimes, byproducts of the feed that an animal ingests ends up in its muscle tissue.
If those byproducts include antibiotics… they can cause devastating damage to your gut bacteria balance.
And while you may not want to go out and hunt your own meat… there are plenty of grass-fed alternatives now that approximate the benefits of wild game, yet are conveniently available at the nearest grocery store.
(WARNING: This next one is NOT for the faint of heart… so if you have a weak stomach, you might want to click here to skip directly to your free gift video.)
You’ve been warned…
3) Insects & Grubs
Yep, that’s right:
Our ancestors all ate bugs.
And so do the Hadza!
They eat grubs, bee larvae, crickets, and pretty much any other (non venomous) bugs they can find.
And it seems like the Hadza may be trend-setters in this regard!
You might want to get ready… because this trend is coming back in a big way.
One of the biggest trends last year was using more insect protein in all kinds of products, from shakes to chocolate bars. 
And it’s not because people are just finding increasingly extreme things to dare each other to eat at boring parties.
It’s actually because insects are LOADED with protein… and are far more sustainable to farm than almost any other animal.
For example, a similar weight of crickets require less than 20% of the feed cows require to farm, and about 1/3 of the feed pigs require.
They also take far less water to raise than pretty much any other animal.
So by eating bugs, you’re saving the planet!
Insects, when eaten, also introduce exotic new strains of (mostly good) bacteria into your gut.
And they’re one of the main reasons the Hadza have the highest gut bacteria diversity on the planet.
(To see what a Medical Doctor recommends to eat to maximize gut diversity without having to eat a single cricket, click here now to see his free video).
How to Get ALL the Benefits of the Hadza’s Diet (Without Foraging or Eating Bugs)
After 3 days with the Hadza, Dr. Spector returned to have his gut bacteria tested.
To no one’s surprise, it was far more diverse than when he had left.
There were brand-new strains of bacteria in his gut, many of which were only seen in Africa.
However… within a couple days of returning home… his gut bacteria reverted to “normal.”
Even just a few days of the standard Western Diet caused his gut bacteria to go back to almost exactly as they had been… destroying all of the helpful new bacteria he had.
So I think the lesson is pretty simple:
To maintain optimal gut balance and diversity… and keep a gut microbiome that effortlessly burns food for energy…
You need to actively eat foods that help your gut… and avoid those that hurt your gut.
And you need to keep it up.
Now I don’t know about you… but I am never touching bugs as a food. Ever. Out of the question.
I don’t care how much chocolate you cover it with. Not going to happen.
And while I try to get grass-fed meat whenever possible… it’s expensive. It’s pretty tough on my pocketbook to get only grass-fed meat, all the time.
And don’t get me started on baobab fruit — I don’t know anywhere outside of Africa that I can get it. (And if I thought the grass-fed meat was expensive, a regular plane ticket to Africa is flat-out impossible).
So how can you get the kind of gut diversity that lets the Hadza sit around all day and eat honey, berries, and pretty much ALL that they want…
Without eating bugs… expensive grass-fed meats… and hard-to-find baobab fruit?
Enter Dr. Steven Masley.
Dr. Masley has been researching gut bacteria and probiotics for far longer than most other MDs…
He found a way to get all the weight-loss benefits of diverse gut bacteria… without a single cricket involved in the process.
Not only that… but he’s also discovered 7 “gut-balancing probiotic strains” that give your gut optimal diversity… so that what happened to Dr. Spector doesn’t happen to you! Your new, healthy gut bacteria will be protected the whole time you take it.
Dr. Masley is so enthusiastic about this discovery that he made a short, free webisode about these 11 “Gut Optimizing” Probiotic Strains.
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