Nutrition and Physical Degeneration
A strong interest of mine has always been diet and the health of a society when only subjected to their local and original foods. Dr. Weston A. Price notable during the 30’s for traveling to remote parts of the world visiting secluded communities and monitoring their eating habits to find that consistently they all shared a few common denominators: eating raw animal dairy, fermented foods, animal fats (butter), whole grains, whole animal and sea proteins and vegetables native to their environment.
This resulted in four times the water-soluble vitamins, calcium, other minerals, and at least ten times the fat-soluble vitamins. Interestingly enough, wherever he went, Dr. Price found that beautiful straight teeth, freedom from decay, good physiques, resistance to disease and fine characters were typical of groups on their traditional diets, rich in essential nutrients. So you can only imagine the anticipation I have to jumping into my next read, Nutrition and physical degeneration. Counting down the minutes until my Amazon delivery arrives.