alexa Contributions of Increased Dietary Linoleic Acid and Fructose to the Metabolic Syndrome

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Contributions of Increased Dietary Linoleic Acid and Fructose to the Metabolic Syndrome

Modern day humans live in an environment extremely different from that inhabited by our ancestors of the Paleolithic age over forty thousand years ago. With the development of agricultural methods over ten thousand years ago, humans have discovered new ways to process and extract foods, increasing the variety and composition of their diet in the process. However, our genes have not changed, recording at most perhaps a 0.005% change and staying essentially similar to the genes of our ancestors of the Paleolithic age

 
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