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Our Evolutionary Estuarine Origins: In this talk, Robert covers a lot of ground regarding our nutrient requirements and health, with particular focus on nutrients such as iodine that would have been abundant to ancient people living near the ocean.
Robert Brown: is Chairman of the McCarrison Society. Sir Robert McCarrison (1878 – 1960) MA, MD, DSc, LLD, FRCP qualified in Medicine at Queen’s College, Belfast in 1900. He joined the Indian Medical Service and was posted as Medical Officer to Indian troops guarding the mountainous Northern Frontiers. His research there on the cause of goiter won widespread recognition and in 1913 he was promoted to do research. In 1928 he became Director of Nutritional Research in India. His researches were extensive; they included work on the newly discovered vitamins and on the contrasting disease patterns in the Indian subcontinent.