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Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

by Weston A. Price
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An amazing thesis demonstrating the value of food safety as a whole and the degeneration and degradation arising from a diet of refined foods. Rather than looking at patients with signs of illness, this dentist and dental scientist decided to concentrate on healthy people and pushed himself to learn how they maintained their excellent health. During his search to find healthy individuals, Dr. Price travelled to hundreds of towns in a total of 14 foreign countries. Among certain communities of people who eat their native diets, he found great dental…
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An amazing thesis demonstrating the value of food safety as a whole and the degeneration and degradation arising from a diet of refined foods. Rather than looking at patients with signs of illness, this dentist and dental scientist decided to concentrate on healthy people and pushed himself to learn how they maintained their excellent health. During his search to find healthy individuals, Dr. Price travelled to hundreds of towns in a total of 14 foreign countries. Among certain communities of people who eat their native diets, he found great dental arches, low tooth loss, good resistance to tuberculosis and outstanding oral health. He noticed symptoms of degeneration soon becoming very apparent as these people were exposed to modernized diets such as white bread, white sugar, processed cooking oils and canned goods. Dr. Price described this knowledge in his book, Nutrition and Physical Degeneratio, which includes hundreds of images and photos.


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An amazing thesis demonstrating the value of food safety as a whole and the degeneration and degradation arising from a diet of refined foods. Rather than looking at patients with signs of illness, this dentist and dental scientist decided to concentrate on healthy people and pushed himself to learn how they maintained their excellent health. During his search to find healthy individuals, Dr. Price travelled to hundreds of towns in a total of 14 foreign countries. Among certain communities of people who eat their native diets, he found great dental arches, low tooth loss, good resistance to tuberculosis and outstanding oral health. He noticed symptoms of degeneration soon becoming very apparent as these people were exposed to modernized diets such as white bread, white sugar, processed cooking oils and canned goods. Dr. Price described this knowledge in his book, Nutrition and Physical Degeneratio, which includes hundreds of images and photos.

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