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The work of Weston A. Price, DDS, particularly his famous photographs of traditional peoples from around the world, highlights the broad, expansive faces of those individuals who thrived on the healthy diets of their ancestors. Their foods were rich in calcium and phosphorus, antioxidants, and other nutritional elements, in contrast to the oxidized, denatured, demineralized, and adulterated foods found in modern diets. The fat-soluble vitamins, A, D, E, and K - the latter of which is often considered to be Dr. Price’s activator X - were in ample supply. It has been clearly shown in Dr. Price’s research that it takes only one generation of poor diet to produce physical degeneration and mouth breathing. The long, thin faces; narrow dental arches; and crooked, overcrowded teeth of those people who adopted modern, deficient diets markedly contrasted with the broad, healthy faces and outstanding dentistry of those continuing to rely on their traditional foods.