Dr. Miki Ben-Dor is a paleoanthropologist at Tel Aviv University studying the causal relationship between Paleolithic nutrition and human evolution.
- How did humans evolve and how does it compare to omnivorous mammals
- Traits we evolved that make us carnivorous
- Humans being fat hunters
- What types of prey we hunted and how it changed over time and what it means
- Evidence that we are able to use starches and sugar and plants
- What can we take away from these perspectives
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