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Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

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Product details

  • Unknown Binding: 527 pages
  • Publisher: P.B. Hoeber (1939)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0008CLJIC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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Format: Paperback
This is a fantastic book describing the elaborate scientific research done by the author into the nature of nutrition and degenerative processes. It was written a long time ago and therefore has some odd ways of viewing society, but the technical and social information is extensive. It makes such common sense that a person can be baffeled at the ignorance about good food so prevalent today. This is really the distillation of the wisdom of our ancestors who lived in tune with nature as our wild animal cousins do. Fab.
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Format: Perfect Paperback
This was written in the 1930. But most of it is better than anything written about nutrition today.
Weston Price saw first hand what give us physical degeneration and this is his own words.
Today there would be impossible to write this book, there are to few populations left eating natural foods.
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This book quite simply is a revelation! This is one of those books that comes to you as a recommendation and often arrives as you travel on your own health journey. Reading it I had that eureka moment where the blinkers came away from my eyes and I realised the answer to our own health is not a confusing concept after all. Dr Price wrote this in the 1930s which in itself is notable but the depth of knowledge and visual proof of the dental health of traditional cultures at that time is unquestionable. He asked the oh so simple question!! Why were certain traditional cultures healthy and robust? While we get confused in the mire of ill health he found the answer decades ago!!! It is not surprising his work is not taught to dentists training now as the pharma industry control our ill health. However thankfully the Weston Price Foundation and the Price Pottenger Foundation are keeping this book at the forefront of our minds. I cannot recommend this book highly enough and I now fully understand how many folk have said this book changed their lives. I am joining the queue also!
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Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
A great buy for anyone wanting detailed nutrition on tribes people pricey in hard back but worth the cost as read other reviews and some found that certain parts of the original book were not included in other copies.
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