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No cover image. Read preview. Synopsis We have built a world that no longer fits our bodies.
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Our genes - selected through our evolution - and the many processes by which our development is tuned within the womb, limit our capacity to adapt to the modern urban lifestyle. There is a mismatch.
We are seeing the impact of this mismatchin the explosion of diabetes, heart disease and obesity. But it also has consequences in earlier puberty and old age. Bringing together the latest scientific research in evolutionary biology, development, medicine, anthropology and ecology, Peter Gluckman and Mark Hanson, both leading medical scientists, argue that many of our problems as modern-day humans can be understood in terms of this fundamental and growingmismatch.
It is an insight that we ignore at our peril.
Mismatch: why our bodies no longer fit our world
These ideas were not universally accepted very quickly. It took until the. Read preview Overview. A bit like choosing the smaller option and kiln-dried, untreated timber—quicker and cheaper to build, but not a great long-term investment. In an extremely cruel irony, many mothers in developed and developing countries are inadvertently fooling their fetus into preparing for conditions akin to those in the Horn of Africa.
There are a number of ways mothers can achieve this cruel trick. Being too young, eating poorly, and smoking cigarettes—smoking, alone, will do it. The default, incidentally are full-sized babies that become full-sized people who live long and mostly healthy lives—barring, of course, environmental hazards such as the alcohol—automobile—powerpole combination that is so often lethal.
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Health, of course, does become increasingly problematic once breeding age is exceeded—there was apparently little adaptive value in investing in building bodies to be durable much beyond that point. The brief given to the master draughtsman merely to continue the analogy; definitely not to suggest intelligent design was that the house had to last just a little longer than the useful life of the occupant. Lesson one, to intelligently select the best blueprint, refrain from smoking and binge drinking around the time of conception.
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It is up there, and inextricably linked together with warfare, hunger, and global warming. Beating the mismatch epidemics, without understanding their epigenetic causation, would be like expecting the roofers to finish before the house was erected.
Mismatch: Why Our World No Longer Fits Our Bodies by Peter Gluckman
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