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Neanderthal discovery reveals an important lesson for human gut health

Inverse
 2021-12-04

Cover picture for the articleThe more ancient human fossils we discover, the more we become acquainted with how similar our faces and bodies may have been — but what about on the inside? Within us humans, we know our guts play host to a diverse community of microorganisms, and Neanderthals, it turns out, were no...

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Polly Purree
12-04

Neanderthals were supposed to be more intelligent than humans but had one fatal flaw: their bodies required 7,000 calories per day rather than 2,000 for humans. That what led to their extinction.

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Mr Right101
12-05

This is the white mans true history the term Caucasians comes from the cave dwellers of the caucus mountains no Christ don’t look like you nor do the true Jews lol

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Marvin Brandstetter Jr
12-05

well of course they didn't eat just meat. there were all kinds of plants plus animals and they had to survive.

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