Nutritional Anthropology

The Bond Effect
The science and art of living the way nature intended

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Natural Eating II
Nutritional anthropology - eating in harmony with our genetic heritage.  

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My 2000 classic now fully revised and updated


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By Dr Christopher C. Brown

The field of nutrition, as we know it, is currently undergoing remarkable scrutiny. Dogmatic theories and tenets are becoming suspect in the face of innovative research by new thinkers like Geoff Bond.

I am intrigued by recent works which call into question the presumed healthy nature of our carbohydrate-laden diet. I have read all the books; the Atkins diet, Sugar Busters, The Zone and Protein Power. Then I had the pleasure of reading a new book, Natural Eating, written by British nutritional anthropologist, Geoff Bond.

This book is a remarkable treatise; a well-researched and well thought out critique of the “modern diet”. To date, it provides the most convincing and scientifically intact indictment of the high-carbohydrate diet. Rather than focusing exclusively on the issue of carbohydrates, Natural Eating deals with all aspects of nutrition, providing extensive and convincing scientific support from both the basic science and social science literature. 

Over the last couple of years I have been so convinced by Geoff's work that I have applied the principles to my own diet as well as those of selected patients where I thought the diet might be beneficial. I can personally attest to the remarkable effects attainable. In my own case, I noted an improved sense of well-being, increased energy, weight loss and improved blood lipid profile. 

I have recommended the diet to a number of patients with remarkable results. Non-insulin dependent diabetics have shown improved blood glucose control. Overweight patients have lost weight and patients with various forms of hyperlipidemia have lowered their cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

I fully endorse Natural Eating and suggest and hope that it will have a significant impact on the future of nutrition, as we know it.


“Yesterday I downloaded a book by Geoff Bond, "Natural Eating".
I'm about 10% through this book and I'm riveted to it.”
– “Costa”