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Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

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In another series of photos we see a boy aged 5 (not from any of the “primitive” societies) who suffered from inflammatory rheumatism, arthritis and “heart involvement”. He spent much of the 1930s visiting many lands, examining the teeth of the residents, taking photographs of them, and studying their diets. Here is a vitamin discovered nearly 100 years ago, and yet science is just beginning to understand how terribly important it is. His descriptions get repetitive, because wherever he goes, he reports the same findings — people who ate their traditional diet had healthy teeth, and people who ate the modern diet more often had lousy teeth and other problems.

The most chilling realization of all is the very real possibility that pre-natal "germ plasm disruptions," coming from parents who lack the proper means of health through nutrition to create ideal offspring, may be taking place in epidemic numbers. The other real, sobering possibility is that information like this will be constantly scuppered by prevailing dietary trends, and misinformation. What modern technology does not recognize is that many primitive societies have knowledge that have been passed on from millenia in which to base their vital health. The amounts utilized depend directly on the presence of other substances, particularly fat-soluable vitamins. p 290 Also of note is that “two different teachers came to me to inquire what had been done to make a particular child change from one of the poorest in the class in capacity to learn to one of the best.Previously, grain had been milled between stones, which ground together all parts of the wheat berry, resulting in whole wheat flour. It’s quite depressing that this book was written so long ago, and obviously you see these organisations that make a lot of money out of food and medication, and the whole way that society is laid out, and they seem to have become more powerful and stronger, and people seem to be more submissive and more happy to give their health and wellbeing away, that’s quite sad. He concluded that lack of proper nutrition is the root cause of all physical degeneration, including degeneration of the teeth and gums. and they just did not exist in the groups of people who were completely separated from the Western civilisation because their health was so much better.

The results of that journey, photographed regularly and precisely, can leave little doubt: the modern diet kills. Not only did he find that they had much lower levels of tooth decay, they actually had a much lower level of general illness, and were usually fitter, healthier, happier people. The author arrived at a great way to replenish the deficiencies of those vitmains and minerals once they reach a dangerously low level. I've read The China Study and am trying to decide how to apply them both, since they seem to contradict each other.As modern diet encroached on their traditional diets their health and vigor decreased with each generation. I reached this bottom line: While we understand proteins, carbs, and fats reasonably well, and have a pretty good handle on most vitamins and about a dozen minerals, there is simply an immense amount we just don't know.

p 285) “If we are to provide nutrition that will include an adequate excess as a factor of safety for overloads, and for such periods as those of rapid growth (for children), pregnancy, lactation and sickness, we must provide the excess to the extent of about twice the requirements of normal adults. The common sense and logic which prevails throughout can't be shaken off; these details are disturbing and unsettling.

In contrast the white people or the modernized people of the same tribes had rampant tooth decay, different facial abnormalities.

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