Food and Feeding Herbert M. Shelton

ISBN: 9780766145900

Published: Dr. Sheltons Hygienic Review. Wrote more than forty books. Operated a health school in San Antonio, Texas. Promoted Natural Hygiene. Much persecuted for his outspoken denunciation of orthodox medicine....

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Although man has included meat in his diet for thousands of years, his anatomy and physiology, and the chemistry of his digestive juices, are still unmistakably those of a frugivorous animal.
The power to assimilate crude inorganic matter as it is found in the soil, and convert it into living protoplasm and other organic substances, or to use such substances in performing physiological function, does not belong to the animal organism. It is the office of plant life or vegetation to convert the primary elements from their crude inorganic state into the organic state. This conversion cannot be accomplished

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Food and Feeding  by  Herbert M. Shelton

Food and Feeding by Herbert M. Shelton
Dr. Sheltons Hygienic Review. Wrote more than forty books. Operated a health school in San Antonio, Texas. Promoted Natural Hygiene. Much persecuted for his outspoken denunciation of orthodox medicine....

Quotes

Although man has included meat in his diet for thousands of years, his anatomy and physiology, and the chemistry of his digestive juices, are still unmistakably those of a frugivorous animal.
The power to assimilate crude inorganic matter as it is found in the soil, and convert it into living protoplasm and other organic substances, or to use such substances in performing physiological function, does not belong to the animal organism. It is the office of plant life or vegetation to convert the primary elements from their crude inorganic state into the organic state. This conversion cannot be accomplished | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 172 pages | ISBN: 9780766145900 | 4.75 Mb

The authors aim in this little book is to teach the reader how to eat. This book is intended to be different from others on diet. The purpose is to give the reader a working knowledge of dietetics as it had been so far worked out in the laboratoryMoreThe authors aim in this little book is to teach the reader how to eat.

This book is intended to be different from others on diet. The purpose is to give the reader a working knowledge of dietetics as it had been so far worked out in the laboratory and in practical experience. Shelton set himself the task of unraveling the problem of the nonexistence of a textbook on dietetics while he was a teacher in the American School of Naturopathy and this work is the outcome.



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