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Published On: Tue, Dec 3rd, 2013

CJ Hunt discusses ‘The Perfect Human Diet’ and how evolutionary benefits point to more meat, less veggies

Journalist CJ Hunt ventures on a path to create a documentary exploring the modern dietary science compared to historical dietary habitants and human evoloution.

The Perfect Human Diet poster documentaryThe Perfect Human Diet may surprise viewers as Hunt tried a different approach to get solutions to obesity and other health problems which are not improving.

“What I wanted to do was go out on this exploration, kind of a treasure hunt to see ‘Where else can we look?'” adding “What we found was really fascinating” as it “flies in the face of conventional wisdom.”

Analyzing human history Hunt’s findings point to evolutionary benefits and adaptations to consume meat rather than the heavy fruit and vegetable diets pushed by nutritionists.

“…When you walk through that whole course of human history, you are able to see the changes that happen, including the diet that we were eating that made us the strongest, the fittest and the smartest species on the planet,” Hunt explains.

Hunt recaps his personal history, a tragic health problem and the journey to explore this biological needs through a different lens and not through the normal teachings, which are not currently affective.

Listen to the full interview below.

Check out more information or order a copy of The Perfect Human Diet HERE

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