Nutritional Differences Between Grass And Grain Fed Beef
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Beginning in the mid 1980’s a series of key publications in mainstream medical and nutrition journals triggered an increased awareness of the relevance of ancestral human diets to the health and well being of contemporary people. Because of these insights as well as others gleaned from a variety of medical branches of learning, an entirely new academic discipline dubbed “evolutionary medicine” was born. The primary tenet of evolutionary medicine is that the profound changes in the environment (e.g. in diet and other lifestyle conditions) that began with the introduction of agriculture and animal husbandry approximately 10,000 years ago occurred too recently on an evolutionary timescale for the human genome to adjust. In conjunction with this discordance between our ancient, genetically-determined biology and the nutritional, cultural and activity patterns of contemporary western populations, many of the so- called diseases of civilization have emerged.
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