Evolution , Diet and Health

@inproceedings{Eaton2007EvolutionD,
  title={Evolution , Diet and Health},
  author={Stanley B. Eaton},
  year={2007}
}
The nutritional requirements of contemporary humans represent the end-result of dietary interactions between our ancestral species and their environments extending back to the origins of life on earth. Primates of modern aspect are thought to have emerged about 50 million years ago and appreciating the basic range of primate nutritional patterns over this lengthy evolutionary period is critically important because only when the original simian baseline is characterized can subsequent dietary… CONTINUE READING

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