Why Nick Hiebert is wrong in using antagonistic pleiotropy to refute the ancestral health framework.
Oh why oh why did you talk to this nuttyvore? I followed Tucker's analysis of his misunderstandings, and checked his position on TPN. Which was bs and 180 degrees wrong. Falsus in omnibus was my verdict.
My fears realized when I checked his recent tweets (your link). His writing is below bar, by any measure. Dumb and laborious do the most damage, whatever they take up to.
What about the increasing rates of infertility among the youth eating novel foods?
Processed foods are inferior, even in the face of human reproductive resilience.
Look no farther than how food quality affects the quality of breast milk to prove that ancestral foods are in fact superior.
Why has Nick Hiebert so exerted himself to get us to believe that manufactured food is actually better for us?
Hello, could you please include dot points or a summary (in layman's terms) at the start of your emails, of the most important points/conclusions of your articles. Many thanks, Ellie
lol you used Jevan's Rose data. I've addressed it many times. Happy to voice chat over it whenever. It also doesn't even show what you and Jevan think it does.
Applying evolutionary principles from yeast to humans is silly. Humans would be wiped out by the selective pressures that yeast are under.