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Nutrient Sensing – Preventing Cancer & Chronic Disease

This presentation aims to examine how modern dietary excess is at odds with our evolution, how dietary excess impacts health, and the importance of returning to our evolutionary dietary rhythms.
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Feast and famine have been ever-present experiences throughout human evolution and humans have developed intricate mechanisms to thrive under these conditions. To grow and store calories during times of plenty – and to access fat stores and quality control when food is not available.

Feast and famine still remain essential experiences for a healthy human body, yet modern times are only exposing our highly evolved metabolism to a damaging eternal feast. This eternal feast is very likely to drive excess growth and increase cancer risk, inflammatory conditions and fertility issues.

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Ray Griffiths

Patrick Jones - Course author