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I watched as two Eskimos, a woman and a teenager, left the noisy grocery with its littered shelves and set down their brown shopping bags in front of me. I could see what was in the bags-cookies, cakes, candy and ice cream. This was just what Weston A. Price wrote about in his masterpiece Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, published in 1939. "The Eskimo thrived as long as he was not blighted by the touch of modern civilization."