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He also noted that the common practice of removing wisdom teeth in modern society was something that wasn't practiced in these primitive cultures because they simple grew in the way they were supposed to. 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 diets of the native americans of Canada, the native Swiss, Gaelics in the Outer Hebrides, the Aborigines of Australia and the native New Zealand Maori was similar. When we talked some years later, he brought up remineralization of teeth to me (he'd forgotten I lent him the book, which he still has). What’s really interesting about that is that there is a recurring theme through the different people that he visits, it’s this lack of a need of doctors, dentists, police and jails.

In this webinar, Chris and Gill will be exploring fat soluble vitamins and their role in preventing chronic diseases. New regulations required that white flour be “enriched” with nutrients, including thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and iron. I really think it’s something that should be taken more seriously because it’s not only a lack of tooth decay – which let’s face it would be great – tooth decay is something that I have struggled with personally and it’s horrible, it’s miserable. In addition, it also gives a glimpse into the wisdom of the primitives and show us a little how we can live in such a way that we can get many of the same benefits that they received.One of our modern tendencies is to select the foods we like, particularly those that satisfy our hunger without our having to eat much, and, another is to think in terms of the few known vitamins and their effects. not an MD) wrote this in 1939 after studying the effects of various diets on isolated, primitive peoples.

Modern science is quite obviously incapable of giving us complete answers to our nutritional questions. It also would have been great to have more data on life expectancy, as well as tumor and heart disease data on the groups he studied. Today, when we must all become advocates for our own health, arming yourself with the best information is vital.After a year of improved diet where white flour products were removed, and small doses of cod liver oil were added, together with “specially high vitamin butter produced by cows pasturing on green wheat”, the boy’s pain had subsided, his appetite had improved, he slept soundly and he had gained rapidly in weight. Still, this book is so immensely important and influential to many, because we live in an age where there are virtually no people left on the planet that are eating completely traditional diets.

That is, the realization of why, despite "advanced" technology, medical care and knowledge, the nation and the world continue to be plagued with disease, degeneration, obesity and ill health. You see, in mind-boggling photos, how healthy, disease-free primitives look; the ones who have been subsisting on their own diets for millenia have beautifully formed faces, palates, jaws and teeth that are totally devoid of caries. As an example, the nutrition for children living in a poor district in Cleveland, OH was improved for one meal per day. He concluded that lack of proper nutrition is the root cause of all physical degeneration, including degeneration of the teeth and gums. The pacific islanders and coastal natives got it from seafood and the Australian Aborigines and African tribes got it from small animals and insects.

Even if it may not be good for me, I want to try out that new chocolate cake recipe I read in a magazine. I feel that we are missing so much wisdom which is right there, and maybe we should question a little bit more about what we’re missing that wisdom for. Travelling the world, observing and recording, like Darwin, he made a revolutionary discovery that is slowly percolating into medical science. First published in 1939, this seminal book startled the worlds of science and nutrition with its documented evidence of primitive populations encountering civilisation, adopting modern diets, and finding that their health worsened.

The origin of this protective factor is provided in nutrition and is directly related to the mineral content of the foods and to known and unknown vitamins particularly the fat-soluable. But the really interesting stuff was his data on physical development in people who had gone from traditional (aka "primitive") diets to modern diets and then back again. After the nutrition was improved, the tissues of the pulp built in a secodary dentine thus reincasing itself and the decay was inhibited. So to spare You the trouble of hearing words like: "dental", "cavity", "teeth" and "dental arches" a MILLION times. It indeed reflects some interesting facts but at a certain point the text does not add anything at all - just looking at the different example pictures would suffice to most readers.If you are interested in learning more about the connection between diet and health - this is a classic.

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