"Simply put, Traditional Foods are foods consumed in the way our ancestors ate them. The basis of Traditional Foods is that the food you consume be as nutrient dense and nourishing as possible. Traditional Foods (TF) goes beyond just avoiding packaged and processed foods. It is about choosing the best food options available for your budget, individual chemistry & location and consuming it in a way that allows your body to extract the maximum nutrition from that item. ... "
Traditional foods include animal foods because they supply important nutrients that we cannot get from other
foods. These nutrients include:
Complete Protein for building the body,
Vitamin B12 for healthy blood and brain,
Vitamin A for healthy eyes, skin and brain,
Vitamin D for protection against depression and disease,
Vitamin K2 for healthy blood, bones and brain,
Cholesterol for building the brain and intestinal tract in
Special types of fats for normal growth, learning and memory,and protection against disease: http://www.westonaprice.org/images/pdfs/healthy4life2011.pdf
"Only eat food that has been around for at least six thousand years ..." in "Molecules of Emotion" by Candace B. Pert, Chapter 13 - "Truth", in second section entitled "Environmental Medicine" p. 281.
No issues with what you have written I whole heartedly support the view you have expressed so well. The reason for my reply is simple:
How far down this road have you gone?
It appears to me that many people speak the theory but know not the practice. In raising that question I am not trying to be smart rather just simply asking a question.
To justify my asking here is my food works for the last few days: I have made three fruit ferments volume: 12 litres not alcohols but fruit preserves using fermentation. 130 litres of apple cider to make ACV. Three pots of vegetable leaf ferments each ~12 litres in volume. Replenished my nuka box with a fresh layers of vegetables. I also grow my own food and collect lots of wild foods. Dried mushroom supply have just been replenished.