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Did you ever wonder why human health is decreasing in a time when we have the best technology in history? Why cancer and heart disease, as well as numerous other degenerative diseases, continue to spread? Why low fat, high carb diets are causing people to become even fatter and less healthy?

This group can shed some light on these questions, by exploring the work of Weston A Price.

During the 1930s, Dr. Price traveled the world over to observe population groups untouched by civilization, living entirely on local foods.

While the diets of these peoples differed in many particulars, they contained several factors in common.

Almost without exception, the groups that Price studied ate liberally of seafood or other animal proteins and fats in the form of organ meats and dairy products; they valued animal fats as absolutely necessary to good health; and they ate fats, meats, fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, seeds and whole grains in their whole, unrefined state. All primitive diets contained some raw foods, of both animal and vegetable origin.

Dr. Price found fourteen groups - from isolated Irish and Swiss, from Eskimos to Africans - in which almost every member of the tribe or village enjoyed superb health.

They were free of chronic disease, dental decay and mental illness; they were strong, sturdy and attractive; and they produced healthy children with ease, generation after generation.

In this group, you can learn, share and discuss how to prepare and cook nourishing meals for yourself and your family as well as learn about health and well-being in general.





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  • 483
  • Healthy Cooking
  • Jan 28, 2003
  • English

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