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Dietary Quality & Generational Health

The Fruits of Considering Nutrition with Evolution

Only when we understand the conditions under which our forebears evolved will we be able to understand how to avoid the 'diseases of civilisation' and to ensure that the brain, the organ that enabled us to rise to dominance over the rest of creation, continues to evolve positively, hopefully in sensitivity as well as capability.

Since the late 19th century when neo-Darwinism became common currency (which period coincided with the early use of artificial fertilizers) an ever-widening gulf has appeared in the understanding that health is related to dietary quality

Authors Crawford, M.; March, D. 1995 pp. xiv+298 pp.

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