What Exactly is "Activator X" and Why Is It Important In Your Diet?

Posted April 1, 2007. There has been 1 comment

Find out how foods rich in Activator X (like raw milk) can treat cavities, heart disease and childhood diseases, like rickets.

Have you ever had a cavity? If you're like most Americans, you and your loved ones have probably had a few fillings from the dentist at some point.

Cavities are caused by tooth decay, but what if you could prevent tooth decay by changing the food you eat?
Turns out that you CAN, and a little known substance called Activator X can help.

But Activator X is effective for more than just tooth decay. According to research1, Activator X plays a role in:

  • The proper growth and development of children
  • Supporting endocrine function, especially the thyroid
  • Reducing chronic inflammation related to heart disease
  • Decreased mortality rates

What is Activator X?

Activator X is a fat-soluble substance similar in structure to vitamin A.

Dr. Weston A Price was a dentist who was fascinated by diet and nutrition. He suspected that the western diet of sugar, processed flours and pasteurized milk was to blame for disease, decaying teeth, and early mortality. In the 1930's he traveled around the world and visited thriving primitive cultures to learn their nutritional wisdom. His classic book, Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, is must reading by anyone who is interested in improving their diet.

Dr. Price studied isolated non-industrialized peoples to establish the parameters of human health and nutrition, discovered this new substance and found that Activator X helps your body absorb and use essential minerals.

According to Dr. Price's findings, Activator X was present in the diets of incredibly healthy primitive populations who had long life spans, few degenerative illnesses, and little tooth decay.

It seems as if Dr. Price discovered an important missing link in our modern diet! Even today few people know about Activator X so are not obtaining the essential benefits of this amazing nutrient.

So how can you make sure that you are getting adequate amounts?

Sources of Activator X

Dr. Price found Activator X in organ meats from grazing animals, such as this highly recommended natural beef from grass-fed cattle and in some seafood.

Butter is also a rich source of the substance, especially when it comes from cows that are eating fast growing grass during the spring and fall. Your best bet for Activator X-rich butter is Green Pastures. Green Pastures offers a casein-free, lactose-free butter oil with all the benefits of Activator X!

Green Pastures offers High Vitamin Butter Oil that has concentrated amounts of Activator X to boost your health and protect your heart. It's casein and lactose free for those who have trouble digesting dairy!

Even though doctors have warned us that consumption of animal products can cause disease, grass fed animal products like meats and raw milk provide you with Activator X and other nutrients like conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) that actually protect you from illness - and very importantly for many, help you lose weight.

Most conventional meats and dairy products lack Activator X because the animals do NOT consume a largely grass diet.

In fact, cows eating cottonseed meal or soy-based feeds do not have any Activator X at all!

But if you search out grass fed organic meats and dairy products, then you will benefit from this amazing substance.

Learn more about high quality meats, including where to find them, by reading "Good Meats vs. Bad Meats: Your Definitive Guide to How to Choose Healthiest Meats."

Activator X could be the missing link in your family's diet that can prevent tooth decay and heart disease, strengthen your cardiovascular system, and help you live a long, healthy life.

For more information on Activator X, Dr. Weston A. Price's research and the true story of milk, read The Untold Story of Milk, by Ron Schmid.

Sources:

  1. Lost Medicinal Secret Is Rediscovered, GreenPasture.org,
  2. http://www.greenpasture.org/library/butter_oil/activator-x,
  3. The X Factor of Weston A. Price,
  4. http://www.realmilk.com/price.html,

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  • Hi is you butter oil raw?

    Posted on Jan 24 at 9:15 am

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