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It's Not A Lifestyle, It's A Diet

  • Sat, 12 Aug 2017 15:17

Clean eating – whether it is called that or not – is perhaps best seen as a dysfunctional response to a still more dysfunctional food supply: a dream of purity in a toxic world.

It’s some kind of great irony that one of the biggest factors that separates humans from the rest of Hominoidea—our enriched diet thanks to the advent of cooking, which allowed our brains to grow—remains our greatest source of bodily anxiety to this day.

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