Tag Archives: history

Follow the Money


Hello everyone! I’ve had several conversations about nutrition politics this week, so I decided to write a bit about it. This blog will hopefully clear up some confusion about where our nutrition and health practices are at today compared to … Continue reading

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Grains in Human Past…


Hey all! I wanted to do this post on the idea that grains were not used by our Paleolithic ancestors; however, that is a really difficult avenue to track down scientifically. I mean, really, the fact is that there is … Continue reading

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