Source 110: The following quote is from an article written by Sally Fallon Morell, ‘Nasty, Brutish and Short?’, 1 Jan. 2001; accessed Apr. 2012 at: http://www.westonaprice.org/health-topics/nasty-brutish-and-short/. This link may or may not still be operational; if it isn't, we may have redirected it to the WayBackMachine archive.
‘For the next ten years [during the 1930s], he [Dr Price] travelled to various isolated parts of the earth, where the inhabitants had no contact with “civilisation” in order to study their health and physical development...Price took photograph after photograph of beautiful smiles, and noted that “healthy primitives” were invariably cheerful and optimistic. such people were characterized by “splendid physical development”. The women gave birth with ease. Their babies rarely cried and their children were energetic and hearty. Many others have reported a virtual absence of degenerative disease, particularly cancer, in isolated, so-called “primitive” groups’
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