Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

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Throughout the book there’s photos of different people who he’s met where they’re showing their jaws and their teeth formation and then he’s pointing out how their diet has affected their whole facial form and the arch of their teeth and obviously tooth decay. This is a classic study and commentary on the relationship between traditional nature-based diet and health. 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 addition to tooth decay, their dental arches were deformed, so their teeth were crowded and crooked (like mine). It deals with the cultural, technological, global, and (latently) political ramifications of manufactured food.In some locations, only 25 percent of them had problems, but in other locations up to 75 percent were affected. His descriptions get repetitive, because wherever he goes, he reports the same findings — people who ate their traditional diet had healthy teeth, and people who ate the modern diet more often had lousy teeth and other problems. It is worth noting that some of the well-nourished indigenous populations had a history of war, murder and hostage taking. So to spare You the trouble of hearing words like: "dental", "cavity", "teeth" and "dental arches" a MILLION times. Although not a fast-paced or exciting read, it contains wisdom that is crucial to the health and survival of the human race.

and they just did not exist in the groups of people who were completely separated from the Western civilisation because their health was so much better. It’s a pity I didn’t manage to read much of the book, since it proved really interesting, and contains, as can be seen from the above, not only material about how to improve one’s teeth through good diet but also much about the improvement of general health and healing of diseases. It is a long, heavy book and as such needs a high quality, stitched binding, sturdy hard cover, high end paper and clear, easy to read font that doesn't leave you squinting. In a photo of two groups, black and white, from Thursday Island, the natives have “beautifully proportioned faces” and broad dental arches (not that I know what dental arches are), while the whites have “pinched nostrils and marked disturbance in proportions of the faces” and crowded teeth (poor diet apparently deforms not only teeth but faces).He found when these people were introduced to modernized foods, such as white flour, white sugar, refined vegetable oils and canned goods, signs of degeneration quickly became quite evident. Proper nutrition will reduce the number of cavities, reduce risk of disease, make childbirth easier and reduce risk of mental and physical deformities in infants and adults. And I just think that’s something that we really need to try and learn about because in our society we’re absolutely dragged down by health problems and social cohesion problems. That’s not to say that everything in our civilisation is terrible but let’s face it, there’s a lot of shit, and I just think if you’re not healthy and you’re not happy, what are you doing it for? The primary reason for this was new technology, steam-powered steel roller mills, which appeared around 1890.

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