What Did Cavemen Eat?


Cavemen were hunters and gatherers and would eat anything they could get their hands on. They ate plants, berries, seeds, nuts, and wild animals. They did not consume dairy or carbohydrate because they were not available during that period of time.
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Cavemen were hunters and gatherers. This means they ate whatever they could kill or find. They most likely ate nuts, berries, fruit, vegetables and dried meat but this was also dependant on the season.
Cavemen were hunters and gatherers. That means they ate whatever they could kill or find. So, most likely they ate small mammals, fish, nuts, and berries. ChaCha!
Depending on location and season. Caveman ate nuts, berries, fruit, vegetables, and dried meat. Cavemen ate the way we should eat to stay healthy.
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