Stone Age diet: myths and facts
Since the first Homo Sapiens entered Europe, our DNA has not changed much. Therefore, some believe that we should adapt our diet to what our ancestors ate. For many years the 'paleo diet' has been in vogue. There have been restaurants and cookbooks on assembly lines with imaginative recipes where agricultural products are banned, which according to the authors is true to our original diet.
But what did we actually eat in the Stone Age? And can it really fit that our bodies are not built for grain and milk?
In this lecture, we take a closer look at what we actually know - purely archaeologically - about the dietary habits of Stone Age people.
Note: Unless otherwise stated, this event will be held in Danish