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Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

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soil improvement, humane animal husbandry, nontoxic farming and gardening, pollutant-free housing, holistic medical therapies, nontoxic dentistry, and, above all, proper food choices and preparation techniques that promote optimal health generation after generation.

Milk, Meat, Blood) It literally went without mention that the milk was raw as were any products made from it.

He spent much of the 1930s visiting many lands, examining the teeth of the residents, taking photographs of them, and studying their diets. The most vegetarian-like diet studied is of the Quetchus Indians on the Capachica Peninsula near Puno in Peru. The diet of the people in the Outer Hebrides was chiefly oat products and sea foods including the wide variety of fish there. In is extensive analysis of food he postulated a key nutrient for bone and teeth health, Factor X, which has subsequently been shown to be Vit. I wish he would have spent more time rigorously documenting the exact diets of the groups he came in contact with.

Although not all arguments were entirely substantiated, the overall picture shows the potential harm our Western diet can inflict. times as much copper, 49 times as much iodine, and at least ten times that number of fat-soluable vitamins. Make particular efforts to get double to quadruple the minimum daily amounts of calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and iron along with natural Vitamins A, B, C, D, and E. You can easily draw your own conclusions from the accounts and photos, and it can't help but inform your ideas about ideal human diet and nutrition. Cavities can be healed (easier while young than old), teeth can be remineralized, and what we eat has a direct effect on our health (I already knew that part of course, but never read it this way before).What is truly interesting here is that "Nutrition and Physical Degeneration" seems to stand in opposition to these other preferred works of mine.

The results of that journey, photographed regularly and precisely, can leave little doubt: the modern diet kills. Available data indicate that the blood and saliva normally carry defensive factors which when present control the growth of the acid producing organisms (bacteria) and the local reactions at tooth surfaces.The peasants looked much healthier than the royalty, because they couldn’t afford sugar, which was an expensive luxury in those days. The amounts utilized depend directly on the presence of other substances, particularly fat-soluable vitamins. Modern science is quite obviously incapable of giving us complete answers to our nutritional questions. Sidney Mintz told an amusing story about her meeting with a German gentleman, who was deeply impressed when her smile revealed a mouthful of black teeth. There's certainly plenty of "heavy lifting" required with the reading of this book, but it is definitely worth the journey.

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