From an evolutionary point of view, the food of humans has undergone 100 years of unknown transformations during the millions of years before our era.
These transformations result from the industrialization and use of deeply transformed non-wild plants and animals into food products. Many of these products are not adapted to our physiology or genomics and induce chronic diseases even if they allow stable or even and more frequently excessive caloric intake in industrialized and emerging countries.
The whole problem is there.
I analyze how these transformations upset our brain and general regulation and lead to obesity, diabetes, the majority of cancers, atheroma and dementia in some of us.