The Stone Age Diet: Based on In-depth Studies of Human Ecology and the Diet of Man

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Vantage Press, 1975 - Diet - 277 pages
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Many later editions changed nothing from the original 1975 text except to hide the author's promotion of Eugenics. However, other editions have left this in. The diet was designed, not on ANY in-depth studies or science, but to create a 'superior race'. From the book, “Geneticists have for decades deplored the unfortunate restrictions of civilization that allow the human race to breed with much less intelligence than is applied in breeding our cattle. Effective eugenics, if such were possible could quite rapidly eradicate hereditary disease and undesirable mental and physical traits while enhancing desirable mental and somatic attributes.”
This book belongs in the trash.
 

Contents

WHAT ITS ALL ABOUT
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LOW CARBOHYDRATE AN OLD NEW
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A PHILOSOPHER CHOOSES HIS DIET
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