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Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

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Though it was written in the 1930s, it is nonetheless eerily prophetic of the ominous trends that punctuate modern technology, namely the changing nature of how humans and animals eat. Here is a vitamin discovered nearly 100 years ago, and yet science is just beginning to understand how terribly important it is.

The most vegetarian-like diet studied is of the Quetchus Indians on the Capachica Peninsula near Puno in Peru.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. I do hope that more people are becoming aware, the internet’s been brilliant for spreading ideas and allowing people to educate themselves rather than relying on sources of information that are often corrupted. 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. The amounts utilized depend directly on the presence of other substances, particularly fat-soluable vitamins. 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.

In the various archipelagos of the South Pacific and in the islands North of Australia the natives depended greatly on shellfish and various scaled fish from adjacent seas, these were eaten with an assortment of plants, roots and fruit, raw and cooked. They then received a bowl containing approximately a pint of very rich vegetable and meat stew, made largely from bone marrow and fine cuts of tender meat: the meat was usually broiled separately to retain its juice and then chopped very fine and added to the bone marrow meat soup which always contained finely chopped vegetables and plenty of very yellow carrots; for the next course they had cooked fruit, with very little sweetening, and rolls made from freshly ground wheat, which were spread with the high-vitamin butter. These travels, studies and observations are carefully documented in his book Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, published in 1939. This was such a good book and I really recommend it to people who are interested in food, diet, health, mental wellbeing, society etc.So to spare You the trouble of hearing words like: "dental", "cavity", "teeth" and "dental arches" a MILLION times. 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. These places included Swiss, Gaelics, Alaskan Eskimos, Indians of Central Canada, Seminole Indians, Melanesians, Polynesians, African Tribes, Australian Aborigines, Torres Strait Islanders, New Zealand Maori, and Peruvians. I've read The China Study and am trying to decide how to apply them both, since they seem to contradict each other.

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