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Table 1 Provisions during last three months in study

From: A Paleolithic diet confers higher insulin sensitivity, lower C-reactive protein and lower blood pressure than a cereal-based diet in domestic pigs

Paleolithic group kg/pig/day kJ/pig/day
Cabbage 1 915
Turnip 1 703
Cauliflower 0.7 661
Green pepper 0.05 34
Red pepper 0.05 55
Yellow pepper 0.05 47
Broccoli 0.15 179
Apple 1 2053
Pear 0.7 1286
Kiwi fruit 0.1 192
Water melon 0.1 149
Grape 0.03 88
Pineapple 0.03 60
Cherimoya 0.03 115
Potato 0.3 878
Carrot 0.3 474
Beetroot 0.1 160
Parsnip 0.05 106
Black radish 0.05 29
Beef 0.45 2995
Fish-meal 0.36 5882
Total 6.6 17063
Cereal group kg/pig/day kJ/pig/day
Cereal swine feed 1.5 18600
Rape-seed oil 0.06 2220
Total 1.56 20820
  1. Energy intake at the end of the study was approximately 20% lower in the Paleolithic group as compared to the Cereal group despite much larger feed rations in terms of both volume and weight.