Processed foods linked to bone deformities

Re Tony Edwards’ special report on holistic dentistry (WDDTY vol 15 no 8), Weston Price also had a lot to say about ‘modern’ refined diets producing deformities of the skeleton in general, not just of the lower jaw. He noted that the natural broad shoulders of the male were giving way to narrower shoulders, and that the naturally broad pelvis of the female, who needed space to carry and expel a human baby, was also becoming narrower.


Deformities of the feet were also appearing once the parents changed to refined/processed foods. Earlier babies – those born when the parents were still eating local diets – were absolutely fine. – Val Kearney, Knaresborough, North Yorks

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