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The late Adelle Davis, who passed away in 1974, is known as the most famous nutritionist in the early to mid-20th century and was my first nutrition mentor.
Time has proven her correct about many of the foundational nutrition basics; she was far ahead of her time on many issues.
Davis promoted a whole-food diet and warned that refined and processed foods were the cause of most chronic health problems.
Davis basically seeded the modern health food movement, the whole food movement in particular. That was her key advice. Just eat real, whole foods, nothing processed or refined.
As food processing has become more intense and our food more artificial, chronic disease rates have skyrocketed and now even affect children.

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