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||IMDB Rating: 6.4/10 from 458 votes
||Release: 21 December 2012 (USA) /
||Genre: Documentary, History
||Director: C.J. Hunt,
||Stars: Barry Sears, Benjamin Lamm, Boyd Eaton, C.J. Hunt, David J. Getoff, Gary J. Sawyer, Jean-Jacques Hublin, Lane Sebring, Leslie Aiello, Loren Cordain, Marie Soressi, Marina Leung, Michael R. Eades, Mike Richards, Susan Loraine Anderson
||Synopsis: The Perfect Human Diet is the unprecedented global exploration for a solution to our epidemic of overweight, obesity and diet-related diseases - the #1 killer in America. This film, by broadcast journalist C.J. Hunt, bypasses current dietary group-think by exploring modern dietary science, previous historical findings, ancestral native diets and the emerging field of human dietary evolution - revealing for the first time, the authentic human diet. Film audiences finally can see what our species truly needs for optimal health and are given a practical template based on scientific facts. Written by C. J. Hunt
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The movie itself is excellent. It points out the problems in our modern
diets, and gives a method of being healthy that has been nothing short
of a miracle for me and my family.
To address some issues others have had:
It is true that life was hard during earlier times, meaning that only
those that could survive in such harsh conditions could survive. This
shaped us, but says nothing of our lifestyles today. If anything, this
could help explain why intermittent fasting is so beneficial.
Many insects/bugs are anything but unhealthy. You can think they're
disgusting as an effect of the culture of your upbringing, sure, but to
claim they're all unhealthy is just untrue.
You can't conflate diet with hygiene. I don't counter vegetarians with
"if all you want to do is eat plants in small meals, why don't you just
take off all your clothes, ruminate, and forget about toilets?"
If you don't think hunting, gathering, walking everywhere, crafting,
and everything else that comes along with living as our ancestors did
constitutes exercise, I can't imagine what would. Take a look at the
physical fitness of modern H/G tribes and tell me they don't exercise.
Humans are the most versatile species ever. We live and have lived
everywhere from below sea level to the tops of mountains, from desert
to jungle, eating every plant or animal that didn't kill us. To claim
that a majority of humans throughout our evolution were primarily
fishers is nonsense. At the very least, humans have been hunting for
two _million_ years. More than enough to help shape us.
Look at native populations all over the world. The Anbarra, Arnhem,
Ache, Nukak, Hiwi, !Kung, and Hazda tribes. All eating the historical
diets of their people, and all in good enough shape to live many long
years in incredibly difficult environments.
"Many long years?", you say? "But I thought they only lived to 40!" You
might want to read the paper "Longevity Among Hunter-Gatherers: A
Cross- Cultural Examination." Hunter/Gatherers live to be 80. Want to
know something even better? Many H/Gs get 70-80% of their calories from
meat, and they have no atherosclerosis (per other papers by Kaplan, et
As for grains, while the heritage strains of wheat that we have been
farming for the last 10k years might be fine, the fact is that the
wheat we eat today is nothing even close. It should be considered an
entirely new food type. Not to say that humans haven't found a new food
and thrived on it before, of course, just that pointing out how long
we've been eating it is irrelevant when it's been completely
In summary, the movie does an excellent job pointing out the problems
of a modern diet, and offers an alternative that has proved to be
hugely beneficial to those that try it. Humans function best when we
eat what humans have eaten throughout our entire evolution: real food.
Given our long evolutionary history of eating everything with a pulse,
that should definitely include animals--meat, offal, marrow and all.
Tags for In Search of the Perfect Human Diet Full Movie
, Benjamin Lamm
, Boyd Eaton
, C.J. Hunt
, David J. Getoff
, Gary J. Sawyer
, Jean-Jacques Hublin
, Lane Sebring
, Leslie Aiello
, Loren Cordain
, Marie Soressi
, Marina Leung
, Michael R. Eades
, Mike Richards
, Susan Loraine Anderson
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