Rise Of Modern Diseases

Think back to our primitive past.

About 3.2 million years ago, one of our ancestors, Australopithecus afarensis, roamed the plains of Ethiopia. Today, anthropologists mostly call Australopithecus afarensis by the nickname Lucy. Lucy was a carnivore. She ate meat whenever she could, but sometimes, she couldn’t get it for days. Her biology, therefore, developed and optimized itself along these lines.

Read our biology.

Now look at our modern society.

There’s a grocery store on every corner dispensing food chock full of high-fructose corn syrup. This interrupts your body’s leptin levels, so you never quite feel full, no matter how many calories you eat. And high-fructose corn syrup is a form of sugar, a substance our bodies were never designed to take in.

A diet high in sugar can boil your nerves in their pathways, causing all sorts of awful diseases. Autism. Multiple sclerosis. Diabetic neuropathy. Alzheimer’s disease. The list goes on.

Our bodies were not designed for these kinds of food, so many of us force-feed them. That’s why so many Americans are sick.

And that’s how you break the trend: kick your sugar habit to the curb. Please do it now.

My name is Dr. Richard Jacoby, one of the leading peripheral nerve surgeons worldwide.

Visit my website, drjacoby.academy.

I’ve made it my mission to teach you how to become like our primitive ancestors, to alter your lifestyle in simple but powerful ways that will maximize your health, well-being, and happiness, to make you, in other words, an urban carnivore.

If you’re suffering right now from any number of chronic diseases, I especially hope you’ll visit. It could distinguish between a life filled with pain and suffering … or a life filled with smiles and joy.