Richard Rangham, author of Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human, has developed a theory that may very well change the way we look at the world and ourselves. Looking back at human evolutionary history, he has realized that with the onset of the discovery of fire and the likely-accidental dropping of raw meat into the fire, our ancestors stumbled upon something that would change human history.
Barry Groves is a man who knows a lot about health. And he’s not just some know-it-all with a blog (read: me), he has a PhD to back it up. So when he decided to write about the diet of some important mammals, as compared to humans, I took notice. In his article, “Should all animals eat a high-fat, low-carb diet?” he debunks some common theories that vegans cling to in order to justify their unnatural lifestyles.