"The Food Bondage: Making a Case for the Human Diet" by Gregory Stypko

Why do we have a proliferation of diets and why do some people swear by them, but they all ultimately fail? What if the official stance on dietary advice is wrong? What if our current nutrition is sub-optimal for our health? What is the essence of our evolutionary dietary adaptation? Why might our natural diet be the best solution for the current healthcare crisis? These fundamental questions and more are addressed in this groundbreaking book. The natural human way of eating is vastly different from the ways we eat now. The idea of “good nutrition” is imparted to us from early childhood and reinforced through governmental dietary advice throughout our lifetime. This way of thinking about nutrition has, almost quite literally, been shoved down our throats for hundreds of years, but is it better for us than our primal human diet? Now, in this book, “The Food Bondage: Making a Case for the Human Diet”, the author examines why it’s currently almost impossible to avoid overeating and how that could change if we transition to our optimal way of eating.

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