Weston A. Price Quotes

Who is Weston A. Price?

Weston Andrew Valleau Price was a Canadian dentist known primarily for his theories on the relationship between nutrition, dental health, and physical health.

In 1939 Preston released his controversial book 'Nutrition and Physical Degeneration: A Comparison of Primitive and Modern Diets and Their Effects'.

Born September 06, 1870
Died January 23, 1948

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Nutrition and Physical Degeneration Quotes

“Dental caries or tooth decay is recognized as affecting more individuals throughout the so-called civilized world today than any other affection.”

Weston A. Price
Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

“Since our orthodox theories have not saved us we may have to readjust them to bring them into harmony with Nature's laws. Nature must be obeyed, not orthodoxy.”

Weston A. Price
Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

“Students of history have continually commented upon the superior teeth of the so-called savages including the human types that have preceded our modernized groups. While dental caries has been found occasionally in several animal species through the recent geologic ages, the teeth of the human species have been comparatively free from dental caries.

Primitive human beings have been freer from the disease than has contemporary animal life. This absence of tooth decay among primitive races has been so striking a characteristic of human kind that many commentators have referred to it as a strikingly modern disease.”

Weston A. Price
Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

“The quality of our food determines in large part the quality of our lives. And the quality of what we eat is determined by every step that goes into production and processing – the feeding of the animals, care of the soil, preservation, storage and even cooking methods.”

Weston A. Price
Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

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