Wednesday, January 23, 2013

The Scientific Approach of Weston Price, Part 2: Problems With Comparing Different "Racial Stocks," With Inuit Adaptations in Vitamin D Metabolism as an Example

by Chris Masterjohn, PhD

I'm continuing my series over at Mother Nature Obeyed laying out the most salient points from my talk about Weston Price on Sean Croxton's Real Food Summit last September. The talk was free for a few days, but to listen to it now you have to purchase the whole summit for $99. If you do that, I get a cut from it, but it's well worth it if you have the money since it includes 27 talks and a whole bunch of free bonuses. For those who don't want to pay for it, or just prefer something written, here's the second post in the series, over at Mother Nature Obeyed:


  1. I can't seem to link to this, or to Mother Nature Obeyed for that matter...

  2. It's working now. It's actually working most of the time, but unfortunately the site has been going down transiently quite often. If you can't access it best thing to do is just try again in a little while. Sorry for the trouble.



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