More and more of us are eating like cavepeople thanks to the growing popularity of the paleo diet.
But is there any evidence that the diet, which is based on the types of food eaten by our Paleolithic ancestors, is good for our health?
From weight loss to its anti-inflammatory properties, the benefits claimed by proponents of the paleo diet are many - but do they stack up scientifically?
One person with some of the answers is nutrition researcher Dr Angela Genoni from ECU's School of Medical and Health Sciences.
She says that while the research into the health impacts of the paleo diet are limited, her own studies and those of others are starting to shed light on some the pros and cons of eating like a caveman.
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