Why are Kids Killing Kids?
This letter comments favorably on, and adds some information to, the
letter/article Why Are Kids Killing Kids? The Nutrition-Mind Connection
by Dr. Olarsch and S. Stockton, p114 in your August/September issue.
A little over a year ago, when I thought I was healthy,
a friend introduced me to a whole food supplement that has done a great
deal to enhance my health. This has led me to a year long study of why
the benefits came, some ofwhich dealt with 30 yearold minor personal
health problems, like extra weight and chocolate craving.
This study has led me to find and read the works
of Prof. William Albrecht, Dr. Westin Price, along with more modern
works by authors like Dr. Michael Colgan, and so on, and communication
with various such experts. First, I thoroughly concur with Dr. Olarsch
and Ms. Stockton...proper soil remineralization is of utmost importance.
This not only involves deeper knowledge thanjust grinding up some rocks
and spreading same, but probably some change in national tax policy
as well, to encourage more, smaller scale, truly organic farms.
Readers are directed to the work of a student of
Dr. Albrecht, namely Dr. William Peavy, and his book Super Nutrition
Gardening. Dr. Peavy gives specific remineralization "how
Second, until we have a decent whole food supply
system, and individually use it, nutritional supplementation is necessary
(according to expert opinion). My studies indicate that condensed organic
whole food supplementation is best, in order to keep balance in the
human body, and to assure catalytic effect and best assimilation ofnutrients.
Only if a proper blood test discloses a special nutritional deficiency
should specific other supplementation be added under proper licensed
health care practitioner direction.
Robert F. Heltman