Join Pam Killeen, nutritional consultant and author of the book, Survival of the Unfittest: How Wisdom Will Save Humans from Falling into Extinction, as she explains the important work of Dr. Weston A. Price, Canadian dentist and author of the book, Nutrition and Physical Degeneration. Through his research, Pam explains the crucial connection between animal fat and our dental health. Since we need animal fat in order to properly assimilate protein and minerals, a low fat diet can adversely affect the health of our tissues, including our teeth and gums. She also underlines the important connection between copper toxicity and our dental health. Today, it's almost impossible to avoid being overexposed to copper. Unfortunately, when we become copper toxic, this will interfere with our ability to use calcium. When our ability to use calcium becomes compromised, this will adversely affect our dental health. Therefore, copper toxicity can trigger a host of dental problems including cavities, bleeding gums, swollen gums, receding gums, cracked teeth, temporomandibular joint syndrome (TMJ) and so on. For more information visit her website pamkilleen.com.