There is a great paper by Stephen Boyden from 1969 (!!!!!!): "the impact of civilisation on human biology" (full text pdf here). Read it!
As a person that has always liked good visuals, schematics, illustrations, ... to make a point, I really like fig. 1 on page 289.
Could you add other factors that are not represented in this figure?
I would add:
- influence of technologies like computers and the internet (both psychosocial and maybe physical)
He has another fantastic paper from 1973 (again !!!) called "evolution and health" (full text here).
I've never heard of Stephen Boyden in the paleo sphere and in evolutionary medicine, untill two years ago, I saw him mentioned (and praised) on Evfit.com (which is also a great site, although not very trendy).
EDIT: I forgot to mention, but isn't this great, in the '69 paper, when he briefly discusses diet, he talks about refined carbs! And not about saturated fats. That was probably before scientists were infected with the sat-fat meme.