The New Year offers new fitness solutions – and a new diet with it. 2017 YouGov survey revealed 37% of Americans Install New Year Resolutions[ing] healthy "; promised to get "additional exercises." While the diet and exercise decisions remain static, a clear diet and exercise routes come; Over the past two decades, Crossfit, Zumba, Paleo have fallen in the canoe on the diet, vegetarianism, Atkin's yoga, and fitness at Pilates.
Distraction of noise from the signal is difficult to determine if the right habits are optimal. According to many health research results, A recent study by modern and old hunter groups indicates that there is no optimal diet for human health. On the contrary, there are many factors in determining that people in an industrialized world can live a healthy life.
"Our whole species evolved from hunting collecting communities," says German Panttzer Saloon, a researcher and associate professor of evolutionary anthropology at Duke University. "We were hunting and gathering until we were ourselves. If you want to understand how your physiology works, it's important to understand hunting and gathering, how does it affect our bodies and our health? "
The Research Society, published in the Obesity Reviews magazine, reviewed lifestyle, diet, and physical activity of hundreds of modern hunting groups that can be compared to ancient people.
In the study hunting community is important for public health professionals to learn a deeper understanding of the roots of "civilization illnesses", which is closely related to the diet. During the study, obesity and metabolic diseases are rarely found in the hunter-gathering community, both modern and old, as well as type 2 diabetes. The causes of death in hunter gatherers are mainly caused by accidents, violence, or acute infectious diseases. The percentage of non-infectious diseases, for example heart disease and cancer, is low, but this is not necessarily the case with good nutrition. During the study, all the studied communities have an unmatched health, but rely on a wide range of diets.
For example, what is the health of hunters? Pontzer, who spent time with the indigenous groups in Tanzania, says that is physical activity.
"If you live with hunters, they know how active you are," said Salón. "It's not a luxury to be lazy if you're standing on your feet every day and that's what really impressed me."
Famous fetalization of the ration of prehistoric tribes is a source of inspiration for the popular Paleo diet for a paleo diet, based on the food based food-based paleolithic era. Pontzer says this diet is not the "natural" diet for human beings.
"The person who proves that there is a natural natural diet is wrong," he said. "People have been healthy by various diets. This is a great variable. «
Some of the community's common interests in the article are eating meat, fish and plants. Usually, they use more fibers than average Americans. In terms of carbohydrates, these groups rely on vegetable and starch plants that conserve the consumption of coal, which leads to the growth of sugar sugar. This does not mean that it does not feed sugar: most honey can form most of the diet, according to researchers.
For example, Hadi is a diet of 15 to 20 percent among gastric pickers, for those who consider this indigenous group in Tanzania to be a million-year-old diet. The amount of calories consumed by Huszah is similar to that of an average American, but food is diverse, because Madame reduces the food and does not process food and sugar.
The study found that eating and eating is important and important for a healthy lifestyle, but maybe not like a production society. In the study, exercises can act as a way to regulate daily energy consumption – energy for inflammation when body is not used. It is said in the study that industrial populations are prone to metabolism because they are less active and therefore spend less calories per day.
Exercises also help regulate appetite, helping to lose weight in the study, improving balance between energy consumption and exercise and exercises. "The adjustable effect of training requires additional attention".
Researchers have completed the study by focusing on the other parts of the hunting-and-collective lifestyle affecting human health.
The study notes: "Friendship and family relations, low socio-economic inequality, and long hours on the streets are common in hunting populations and in other smaller communities. "In modern societies, lack of chronic social stress and metabolism and obesity are associated with many non-communicable diseases. In order to understand the evolutionary roots of modern disease, we must strive to integrate and understand lifestyles and health among hunters in our collective past and present. "
The study does not mean that an industrialized world should return to a hunting diet. According to Pontzer, hunters need to find missing items in everyday life.
"One lesson is that you can stand at your feet and eat what you eat every day, eat what you do not feel completely, and eat about a ton of fibers … everything is a good place to start," he said.
In other words, do not pay attention to Atkins points or take 10,000 steps a day. Most strikes are a key to the health of calories, stalks, and sugars.