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Published on Sep 14, 2011
Nutritional anthropologist Geoff Bond talks about how indigestible fiber was a major feature of the Pleistocene diet and how the dearth of it in today's world leads to crowded teeth and poor health of the digestive tract. Extracted from his Bond Briefing August 2011. Bond Briefing Archive: www.geoffbond.com