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Saturated fats, such as butter, meat fats, coconut oil and palm oil, tend to be solid at room temperature.
According to conventional nutritional dogma, these traditional fats are to blame for most of our modern diseases—heart disease, cancer, obesity, diabetes, malfunction of cell membranes and even nervous disorders like multiple sclerosis.
The “primitive” Seminole girl (left) has a wide, handsome face with plenty of room for the dental arches.
These healthy traditional peoples knew instinctively what scientists of Dr.
The isolated people Price photographed—with their fine bodies, ease of reproduction, emotional stability and freedom from degenerative ills—stand in sharp contrast to civilized moderns subsisting on the “displacing foods of modern commerce,” including sugar, white flour, pasteurized milk, lowfat foods, vegetable oils and convenience items filled with extenders and additives. Price are presented in his classic volume, Nutrition and Physical Degeneration.
The book contains striking photographs of handsome, healthy, primitive people that illustrate in an unforgettable way the physical degeneration that occurs when human groups abandon nourishing traditional diets in favor of modern convenience foods.
Photo Copyright © Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation®, All Rights Reserved, org The photographs of Dr.
Weston Price illustrate the difference in facial structure between those on native diets and those whose parents had adopted the “civilized” diets of devitalized processed foods.