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http://www.npr.org/2011/04/09/135269340/egyptian-mummies-dia...

Ancient Egyptians did have access to meat, though Thomas says their diet consisted mostly of grains, fruits and vegetables.

The heart prefers fat as fuel.

β-HYDROXYBUTYRATE: THE MOST EFFICIENT FUEL Veech and colleagues discovered that administering β-hydroxybutyrate to the perfused rat heart in place of glucose increased work output but decreased oxygen consumption (35).

Post-Meal Blood Sugar and A1c Predict Cardiovascular Events and Deaths