alexa Abstract | Nutritional Practices and Predisposition towards Aggression in Homo sapiens

Journal of Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics
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“Europeans have three times more Neanderthal genes for lipid catabolism than Asians or Africans" is a claim in a reputable journal article. Researchers have concluded that the Neanderthal men and archaic Europeans lived next to each other, and that led to some interbreeding which took place. The archaic Asians (Homo sapiens) probably interbred with the Denisovans (who were hominid contemporaries of the Neanderthals). Hence, the archaic Europeans (Homo sapiens) probably ate more meat than the archaic Asians

This would lead to evolution and culture of more aggression to catch the meat for regular consumption. This work looks at the current evidences.

This would explain that other than the Mongols, the other groups that were world leaders (in terms of land mass controlled) came from the European geographical area and the Middle East. This outcome resulted from wars and conquest.

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Author(s): Kaufui V Wong


Neanderthals, Denisovans, Homo sapiens, Aggression, Genes, Genes, diet

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