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By Miguel Ángel Almodóvar

ISBN-10: 8449330777

ISBN-13: 9788449330773

En 2011 James Greenblatt concluía que existen más neuronas en el tracto digestivo que en cualquier otro lugar, además del cerebro. Se constató que el estómago no está subordinado el cerebro, sino que el cerebro reacciona a los intestinos.

Este libro expone los últimos descubrimientos científicos sobre el papel del estómago y l. a. plant life intestinal en nuestra salud física y psychological. También nos desvela las claves para mejorar nuestra salud mediante una dieta equilibrada y ofrece siete menús elaborados por diversos cooks.

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The data for other countries are unpublished and come from national surveys kindly supplied by Macro International, Demographic and Health Surveys, USA. Unfortunately, there are few published data on body size in forager children, but existing data that do exist suggest that the infant and early childhood growth patterns in foragers are frequently is similar to those seen in nonforaging groups suffering from mild to moderate undernutrition. Kung infants under one year of age were below the third percentile of reference data for weight, and 50% were below the third percentile of reference data for length.

Whether early human hunter–scavengers enjoyed higher success rates and were correspondingly more effective at provisioning depends on several factors, notably the encounter rate for large animal prey (hunted and/or scavenged), the probability of capturing them once encountered, and the amount of edible tissue acquired per carcass. , 1988). Archeological data are sometimes said to contradict this inference. Bunn (1982; Bunn and Kroll, 1986), for example, claims that the wellknown assemblage from FLK Zinjanthropus, containing the remains of at least forty-eight large ungulates, accumulated in less than two years, implying a minimum carcass acquisition rate of 20–25 per year at this site alone.

Obviously, we cannot extrapolate from several well-studied cases to all present foragers. It is also difficult to extrapolate from contemporary foragers to past foragers, among whom selection for dietary adaptation presumably occurred. We must keep in mind that contemporary foragers almost certainly do not represent the full range of foragers in the past, and, as a result, past dietary patterns may well have been different from present ones. While the preponderance of bioarcheological data indicates that health declined with the transition from foraging to agriculture (see Chapter 3), these same data document that health conditions for prehistoric foragers were far from ideal (Cohen and Armelagos, 1984).

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