Nutrition and physical degeneration

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Keats, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 524 pages
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At the end 20th century, the idea that the food we eat affects our physical structure for good or ill is almost universally accepted. Sixty years ago it wasn't, and the publication of Nutrition and Physical Degeneration rocked the worlds of science and nutrition with Dr. Price's irrefutable evidence and documentation of this concept. Even today, this outstanding book remains the basic text and essential reading for anyone concerned with nutrition and disease prevention.

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Review: Nutrition and Physical Degeneration: A Comparison of Primitive and Modern Diets and Their Effects

User Review  - Tom Lindsey - Goodreads

Parts of this book are repetitive. Parts are boring. But the message of this book is very important! There are many, many absolute gems in this book. I want to go into Canada and find the natives that can teach me how to properly prepare Devil's root club tea. Read full review

Review: Nutrition and Physical Degeneration: A Comparison of Primitive and Modern Diets and Their Effects

User Review  - Dvir - Goodreads

I have'nt learned from this book anything new. It holds valid points but I've read about it before... The only small thing I'll take from this book is that giving birth shouldn't be as hard as it is to most parents today. Read full review

Contents

Foreword to Fourth Edition by Granville F Knight M D
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Why Seek Wisdom from Primitive Peoples
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The Progressive Decline of Modern Civilization
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