samedi 26 mai 2018

Evol Mismatch and diseases

Present Dysnutrition could be spelt mismatch of food supply and food behaviour with our evolutionary past. Our conditions of life our ecological niche are every day farther from our genomic foundation, it is a tech-driven process but it could be modified.

We have to slow this stretching and to maintain a quality food supply.

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