Eat Like a Caveman 

Some people are channeling their inner Tarzan at the dinner table.

The advent of agriculture marked the transition from the Paleolithic to the Neolithic age and shifted the advance of civilization into high gear. In relatively short order, humans enacted drastic lifestyle changes, but our genome didn’t have time to adjust accordingly…

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