Modern Cavemen ? Stereotypes and Reality of the Ancestral Health Movement

@inproceedings{Schwartz2016ModernC,
  title={Modern Cavemen ? Stereotypes and Reality of the Ancestral Health Movement},
  author={David B Schwartz and Hamilton Stapell},
  year={2016}
}
Both academic and popular interest in the ancestral health movement, or “paleo” lifestyle, has grown rapidly in recent years. More people than ever are joining the movement, and more books and articles are being published on the topic. Media coverage and certain societal preconceptions of the movement have also increased. More often than not, followers of a paleo lifestyle are thought to be “modern cavemen”: athletic, single, meat-eating, young, white, and male. To test whether or not these… CONTINUE READING

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