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Modern Vegetables – The Result of Artificial Selection

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You can eat plenty of non-starchy vegetables on low carb. But it doesn’t mean that they’ve made up a big proportion of our diet throughout human history – at least not in the way they look today.

In fact, modern vegetables are the result of domestication and artificial selection, resulting in dramatic alterations, which Dr. Ted Naiman illustrates in a cool way above.

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