Home > Newsletters > Daily: Love or hate Earth Hour? > Daily Dose: From the nose to the penis – a history of organ transplants > Health-in-Motion 25 July 2017 Some experts believe that millions of years ago, the evolution of our species, Homo sapiens, was crucially affected by seaweed Some experts believe that millions of years ago, the evolution of our species, Homo sapiens, was crucially affected by a rather unexpected kind of food: seaweed. According to Professor Ole G. Mouritsen of the University of Southern Denmark, all of the nutrients required for our primitive ancestors to make the transition to modern Homo sapiens were available in seaweeds. Ubiquitous and easily harvested in shallow ocean waters, their elevated content of magnesium and zinc may have contributed significantly to humanity’s impressive brain development at this stage of evolution. 0 More: Daily Dose: From the nose to the penis – a history of organ transplantsHealth-in-Motion advertisement Other news News 80% of SA women believe the female condom 'puts them in charge' News These conditions that most likely affect you are 'overwhelming' SA Medical This 'terrible twin' is killing more South Africans News Do this health quiz and we will tell you how smart you are Medical From the nose to the penis – a history of organ transplants Medical How long can Zika last in your sperm? From our sponsors Johannesburg conference to tackle digital transformation in healthcare Coital incontinence: the ‘oops’ women are too afraid to talk about Symptoms differ from person to person, identifying what triggers your IBS WIN a R2000 voucher. Great skin is just a click away! Live healthier Myths busted! » Breastfeeding may reduce pain from C-section Breastfeeding and work - how to make it work 9 breastfeeding myths busted Breastfeeding will help me lose my baby weight, right? Wrong! We bust nine myths about breastfeeding. Eat right. » How watching porn can cause erectile dysfunction 7 scientific ways to cure erectile dysfunction 7 foods that could relieve erectile dysfunction If you experience erectile dysfunction from time to time, you may be able to manage the problem without any medical help.