Saturday, June 8, 2013

The Scientific Approach of Weston Price, Part 7: Placing Price's Work in Context

by Chris Masterjohn, PhD

I just posted the seventh and final installment in 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 seventh and final post in the series, over at Mother Nature Obeyed:

2 comments:

  1. Hi Chris,

    I just made an interesting observation. One of the things in common with nearly all long lived regions of the world (specifically, Okinawa, Ikaria, and Sardinia) is high K2 consumption. Okinawans get it with fermented veggies, Sardinians and Ikarians with their goats dairy products. Possible subject for some interesting epidemiology.

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  2. For those who don't want to pay for it, or just prefer something written, here's the seventh and final post in the series, over at Mother Nature Obeyed: Matty Gates

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