Why we need such big brains? – Diet versatility or diet specialization?


I am not going to waste the gift of your attention on the question of whether our brain tripled in size in the last 2 million years in order to enable us to obtain sufficient food for survival. Obtaining food … Read the rest

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Physicist Richard Feynman on the “science” of nutrition

There is little argument that Nobel laureate Richard Feynman was one of the greatest thinkers of his time. Tim Ferriss posted a YouTube video on his blog of Feynman’s interview for the BBC program Horizons. Tim quotes Professor Sir Harry … Read the rest

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Can anecdotes and history match science in guiding Paleo nutrition?

Abstract  – Yes! Anecdotes and historical lessons can be as valuable as science in nutrition. This is how we managed to cross the first 2.5 million years of our existence as a species.

Several prominent Paleo thinkers came out in their blogs … Read the rest

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The real chimpanzee diet – Fat, Glucose, Protein and a little Fructose

“Our lineage goes back directly to the Chimpanzee. There is no need to look for a common ancestor”. I heard that statement not long ago in a lecture given by a famous physical anthropologist that has discovered an Australopithecus or … Read the rest

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