--- Hello Shivani,
What you speak of is still being born out now. Many Native American
people are finding that the diabetes so prevalent among them is
decreasing dramatically when they return to their "pre-civilization"
ways of eating. Liver troubles, cardiac, pulmonary... ditto.
Diabetes itself effects the body systemically, and as a whole. It
makes sense to take that a step further: the rise of diabetes is
symptomatic of a much larger decrease in the overall health of the
person on the whole, when they adopt a diet and lifestyle not in
keeping with their body's needs, but with their unnatural "culture".
That we can look to Mr. Price's findings in the '20s, and look at what
is being found even more dramatically now, tells me there is too much
long-term information here, than we can intelligently ignore. deb
, SArjuna@a... wrote:
> I am thinking about John Warner's comments, including "A
> feet of intensive bed will support one person, one year on a 2400
> Have you read Dr. Weston A. Price's book Nutrition & Physical
> Degeneration? He traveled to many remote areas in the 20's,
> peoples who were first being impacted by "civilization" and refined
> took amazing photos of the astoundingly healthy people all over the
> were still eating as their ancestors had for thousands of years, and
> happened to them as soon as they began to eat refined foods.