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Anthropology

The Late Role of Grains and Legumes in the Human Diet, by Loren Cordain, Ph.D

The foods that humanity originally evolved to eat and those we now eat in modern civilization are in many cases significantly different--yet our basic underlying genetic inheritance remains basically the same as it was before, and has evolved only very slightly since then.  Thus, many of the foods we now eat are discordant with our genetic inheritance.  The principle of evolutionary discordance.

Published abstracts and articles by Dr. Loren Cordain and his colleagues

This resource contains more than 40 peer-reviewed, published research reports.  For example, the abstract for one reads like this:  Both anthropologists and nutritionists have long recognized that the diets of modern-day hunter-gatherers may represent a reference standard for modern human nutrition and a model for defense against certain diseases of affluence.

The Biological Anthropology Web

Created in April 1998 as the "Virtual Department of Biological Anthropology," the BioAnth website was established as a forum for information on and discussion of topics related to broadly defined aspects of biological and cultural human variation and adaptation.  Follow this link for more information on and discussions of topics related to broadly defined aspects of biological & cultural human variation & adaptation.