Dr weston price nutrition and physical degeneration pdf
Weston a price book nutrition and physical degeneration pdf
Is the Web site Quackwatch referenced in Criticism section really a reliable source? Seems like an opinion page to me. It looks like some nobody with a blog attempting to contradict a world traveler? A keyboard isn't a certification. Moreover, Barrett's essay only relates to the very first sentence of the "criticism" section. Nowhere does Barrett talk of "racial bias" and, for that matter, I don't recall racial bias entering into Price's work either - he was simply pleased to find heathy people, whether they were black, white, red or brown, and learn from them. Price's theory was that industrialised foods were causing problems, and so his inquiring mind led him to seek out places and cultures where such food had not penetrated the local diets.
In the s Dr. Contains remarkable photographs that show the comparison between what healthy bodies and physically degenerated bodies look like far better than words ever could. No one who spends time studying these pictures will ever view the health and appearance of their friends, neighbours or their own face in the mirror in the same way. In the opinion of the founder of this library, this book is one of the most important books of the Twentieth Century. Currently available in print at a reasonable price from all the usual sources, this book should be on the shelf of every student of holistic health. Price, Weston A.
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More than sixty years ago, a Cleveland dentist named Weston A. Price decided to embark on a series of unique investigations that would engage his attention and energies for the next ten years. Possessed of an inquiring mind and a spiritual nature, Price was disturbed by what he found when he looked into the mouths of his patients. Rarely did an examination of an adult client reveal anything but rampant decay, often accompanied by serious problems elsewhere in the body such as arthritis, osteoporosis, diabetes, intestinal complaints and chronic fatigue. But it was the dentition of younger patients that gave him most cause for concern.