Dr. Royal Lee – Lectures Volume I & II
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Legendary Formulas of Dr. Royal Lee Volume I Dr. Dobbins draws from years of experience to illustrate the uses of every product in the Standard Process line, including Dr. Lee’s most famous formulations. A must for any practitioner using Standard Process products.Author: Dr. Michael DobbinsSet of 15 audio CDsVolume IIIn this rare collection of lectures delivered between 1940 and 1963—many of them hand recorded by attendees—Dr. Lee discusses the man-made causes of malnutrition, the resulting physical degeneration of the human race, and countless other topics of vital interest to any serious student of nutrition.
Author: Dr. Royal Lee
Comiled, edited, and engineered by Mark R. Anderson & Stephanie S. AndersonSet of 32 CDs. Includes downloadable PDF of Lee’s Liner Notes
Dr. Lee warned that if Americans continued to eat such deficient foods, they would become progressively weaker with each generation until they were suffering exactly the kind of widespread illness we see today. In addition to the primacy of whole foods as the foundation of good health, SRP resources teach these keys of Dr. Lee’s philosophy: Food must be grown in healthy soil. While whole, unadulterated food is paramount for good health, it’s critical that this food be grown in healthy soil (or raised on plants grown in healthy soil). This means choosing organically grown foods, since most conventional foods are harvested from soil that is highly deficient in trace minerals and other factors critical for health. The effects of malnutrition are passed on. In the 1930s, Drs. Weston Price and Francis Pottenger, Jr., showed irrefutably that malnutrition not only damages the health of an individual, but its effects are passed on to any child the individual may have in the future.
While classic genetics scoffed at this idea for decades, the new science of epigenetics has roundly confirmed the reality of “inherited malnutrition.” Dietary supplements must also be made from food. Thanks to food processing and poor soils, most Americans would benefit greatly from supplementing their diet with some concentrated nutrition. But just as the food we eat must be whole, so must be the supplements we take. Only vitamins as found in food—whole and intact—can truly nourish the body. Synthetic and isolated vitamin fractions are not nutrients. Each individual is biochemically unique. “One man’s food is another’s poison,” the old saying goes. Yet modern nutrition seems bent on insisting that there is a single diet ideal for everyone. This is simply not so. As early nutrition researchers showed, requirements for specific nutrients vary greatly among individuals. Only by learning the foundations of nutrition and then tuning in to which foods are best for your body can you truly put nutrition to work.
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