Tomatoes at a Farmers Market - image by Lisa Missenda

Is Evolutionary Discordance Still Relevant?

By Marybeth Missenda RPh CNS February 2, 2017 In 2005, Cordain and colleagues proposed that much of today’s chronic ailments were associated with the rapid change in the kinds of foods we are eating in today’s modern culture. Their theory is that our genome has not been able to evolutionarily adapt to the rapidness of […]

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