Why Processed Food Ain’t So Bad

Especially now, when we’re relying on it

Image by Daniel Seehausen from Pixabay

Do you know what our ancestors started doing that allowed the brain more room to grow? They learned to process food — to make it softer, easier to eat. Processing food provided them with more nutrients and increased digestibility.

The advent of controlled fires for cooking, pickling of vegetables, and sun-drying…

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