London: The history of
which is the origin of
man also appeared to
play an important role in
health. Since medieval
times it turns out people
are already doing in a
healthy diet. A diet of
people in the century can
also be made in
reference to dieting. Dr
Iona McCleery, a lecturer
in medieval history at
Leeds University in
England, argued that it
could help experts to
handle the problem in
obesity. Caroline
Yeldham, a historian,
reveals the diet turned
out to people in the
Middle Ages most of the
grass type foods. Dr.
McCleery said that, in
the past, upper class
people who risked losing
weight. However, today
people are less able are
more likely to become
obese. He explains, "The
poor in medieval times is
a semi-vegetarian. They
could not afford to eat
meat. Wealth is also
highly correlated with
diet." Caroline Yeldham
claim to agree with this
opinion. He said that
highlights the modern
diet is in contrast to the
medieval diet that will
make people think about
what they eat. Medieval
diet with foods that are
very fresh. Only a few
preservatives, so all food
is made fresh and low in
In addition, low-salt
content of foods and
sugar as well. Eating
together regularly with
the family also makes a
healthy diet. When you
eat together are
required to eat and chew
more slowly so that the
food intake is not too
much. By looking at the
diet of our ancestors in
medieval times is how to
attract about how to see
the difference in their
food consumption and
dietary patterns.