OUR TEETH AND OUR SOILS WM. A. ALBRECHT, A.B., B.S., M.S., PH.D. Department of Soils, College of Agriculture, University of Missouri

From Annals of Dentistry,No. 6, 1947 OUR TEETH AND OUR SOILS WM. A. ALBRECHT, A.B., B.S., M.S., PH.D. Department of Soils, College of Agriculture, University of Missouri The knowledge about the human body and its many functions has been accumulating seemingly very slowly. The additions to our information have awaited the coming of each new science and the contributions by them in their … [Read more...]

“Food is fabricated soil fertility” by William A. Albrecht

Chapter 23 "Nutrition and Physical Degeneration" Weston A. Price:   FOOD IS FABRICATED SOIL FERTILITY by William A. Albrecht In chapter 20 I have discussed briefly Soil Depletion and Plant and Animal Deterioration. Dr. Albrecht has made new and important contributions to this field. He has graciously consented to my presenting here a condensed summary which he has provided. This address was … [Read more...]

Getting your soil right part 1: Cation Exchange Capacity and base saturation

I've already mentioned a few times that to produce healthy fruit, vegetables, cereals, animals and ultimately humans, soil need to be “balanced”. And by “balanced” I don't mean any esoteric term. I mean that minerals and plant nutrients need to be in the soil in certain quantity and they need to be balanced with each other. I don't know will you believe me, but the knowledge how to grow high … [Read more...]

Why your organic produce food sucks?

You probably know already that the term “organic food” is based on ideology and doesn’t have to do with growing nutrient dense fruit, vegetables or animals. This is why we need to grow food that's "beyond organic" – simply better than organic. Organic agriculture, the good: no pesticides. To some extend, that's not bad: I consider the exclusion of pesticide use a beneficial thing. My readers are … [Read more...]

How to turn poor, sandy soil into lush pasture for horses

Many people have the same problem - they have very poor, sandy soil and they are wondering can they create a good horse pasture. The good news is that it can be done. First we need to figure out... Why sandy soils sucks? Sandy soils are usually very infertile - they simply do not have enough nutrients. Not only that, they do not have the capacity to hold a lot of nutrients, so simply spreading … [Read more...]