It's been touted that the Hadza people are the closest people to our ancestors left on the earth. Without any western compromise they are a hunter gatherer tribe that do not suffer with many of the conditions that we do in the developed world. The article (and the great work that the A Team foundation have done) poses many questions that we really should think about. One of which is - has our hyper hygiene agenda opened the door to more ailments and disease?
As mounting research and our work in Africa with the Hadza is starting to reveal, humanities' steady march away from nature and its menagerie of plants, animals and microbes, may have given rise to one of the greatest, ongoing ecological disasters in human history: the modern human gut.