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Author : Herbert M. Shelton
language : en
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Release Date : 2013-07

The Science And Fine Art Of Fasting written by Herbert M. Shelton and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2013-07 with Health & Fitness categories.


2013 Reprint of 1963 Edition. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. This is the fasting portion only of what was originally published as "Fasting and Sunbathing" (The Hygienic System, Vol 3). Herbert Shelton wrote 40 books over his 60-year career in health education and "natural hygiene." He supervised over 30,000 fasts of chronically ill and terminal patients, losing only three. Shelton's teachings on fasting inspired Ghandi as well as such popular authors as Fuhrman, the Diamonds, Mercola and Graham. Harvey and Marilyn Diamond said of Shelton: "A man of astounding intelligence and understanding, Dr. Herbert Shelton was the greatest health oracle of the 20th century." One of the key tenets of natural hygiene is toxemia + enervation = disease and that symptoms of disease are remedial efforts by the body to return to balance. For example, a fever is instituted by the body to speed metabolic action and kill germs. It is a healing event that should be allowed to run its course, not a dreaded enemy to be suppressed. The best action to take when first becoming ill is to stop eating and rest, which goes contrary to the prevailing advice to take a drug, eat to keep up your strength, and keep on going. When you fast, you are not starving your body of nutrition, because it obtains all the nutrition it needs from its own tissues. But in doing so, the not inconsiderable amount of energy that would have been spent in digestion is now spent in repair of tissues and elimination of toxins. Long fasts of up to three months followed by healthy living practices can (but not always) reverse chronic degenerative diseases such as arthritis, heart disease, colitis, migraines, mental illness, even cancer. (See also Fasting and Eating for Health: A Medical Doctor's Program for Conquering Disease.) This book will teach you most of what you need to know to conduct a fast of any length. The chapters are: 1. Definition of fasting 2. Fasting among the lower animals 3. Fasting in man 4. Bill-of-fare for the sick 5. Autolysis 6. Fasting is not starving 7. Chemical and organic changes during fasting 8. Repair of organs and tissues during fasting 9. The influence of fasting on growth and regeneration 10. Changes in the fundamental functions while fasting 11. The mind and special senses during a fast 12. Secretions and excretions 13. Bowel action during fasting 14. Fasting and sex 15. Rejuvenescence through fasting 16. Gain and loss of strength while fasting 17. Gain and loss of weight during fasting 18. Fasting does not induce deficiency "disease" 19. Death in the fast 20. Objections of the fast 21. Does fasting cure disease? 22. The rationale of fasting 23. The length of the fast 24. Hunger and appetite 25. Contra-indications of fasting 26. Fasting in special periods and conditions of life 27. Symptomatology of the fast 28. Progress of the fast 29. Hygiene of the fast 30. Breaking the fast 31. Gaining weight after the fast 32. Living after the fast 33. Fasting in health 34. Fasting in acute disease 35. Fasting in chronic disease 36. Fasting in drug addiction 37. Fasting versus eliminating diets

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Author : Herbert M. Shelton
language : en
Publisher: Ravenio Books
Release Date : 2015-11-14

The Science And Fine Art Of Fasting written by Herbert M. Shelton and has been published by Ravenio Books this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2015-11-14 with Health & Fitness categories.


In presenting this volume on fasting I am well aware of existing prejudices against the procedure. It has long been the practice to feed the sick and to stuff the weak on the theory that “the sick must eat to keep up their strength.” It is very unpleasant to many to see long established customs broken, and long cherished prejudices set at naught, even when a great good is to be achieved. “Shall we not respect the accumulated wisdom of the three thousand years?,” ask the defenders of the regular school and their feeding and drugging practices. Where, we ask, is the wisdom for us to respect? We see little more than an accumulation of absurdities and barbarities. “The accumulated wisdom of three thousand years!” Look at sick humanity around you; look at the mortality reports; look at generation after generation cut off in the very spring-time of life, and then talk of wisdom or science! In this volume we offer you real wisdom and true science—we offer you the accumulated wisdom of many thousands of years, wisdom that will still be good when the mass of weakening, poisoning and mischief-inflicting methods of regular medicine are forgotten.

The Science And Fine Art Of Fasting Paperback


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Author : Herbert M. Shelton
language : en
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Release Date : 2013-07-17

The Science And Fine Art Of Fasting Paperback written by Herbert M. Shelton and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2013-07-17 with Social Science categories.


This is the fasting portion only of what was originally published as "Fasting and Sunbathing" (The Hygienic System, Vol 3). Herbert Shelton wrote 40 books over his 60-year career in health education and "natural hygiene." He supervised over 30,000 fasts of chronically ill and terminal patients, losing only three. Shelton's teachings on fasting inspired Ghandi as well as such popular authors as Fuhrman, the Diamonds, Mercola and Graham. Harvey and Marilyn Diamond said of Shelton: "A man of astounding intelligence and understanding, Dr. Herbert Shelton was the greatest health oracle of the 20th century." One of the key tenets of natural hygiene is toxemia + enervation = disease and that symptoms of disease are remedial efforts by the body to return to balance. For example, a fever is instituted by the body to speed metabolic action and kill germs. It is a healing event that should be allowed to run its course, not a dreaded enemy to be suppressed. The best action to take when first becoming ill is to stop eating and rest, which goes contrary to the prevailing advice to take a drug, eat to keep up your strength, and keep on going. When you fast, you are not starving your body of nutrition, because it obtains all the nutrition it needs from its own tissues. But in doing so, the not inconsiderable amount of energy that would have been spent in digestion is now spent in repair of tissues and elimination of toxins. Long fasts of up to three months followed by healthy living practices can (but not always) reverse chronic degenerative diseases such as arthritis, heart disease, colitis, migraines, mental illness, even cancer. (See also Fasting and Eating for Health: A Medical Doctor's Program for Conquering Disease.) This book will teach you most of what you need to know to conduct a fast of any length. The chapters are: 1. Definition of fasting 2. Fasting among the lower animals 3. Fasting in man 4. Bill-of-fare for the sick 5. Autolysis 6. Fasting is not starving 7. Chemical and organic changes during fasting 8. Repair of organs and tissues during fasting 9. The influence of fasting on growth and regeneration 10. Changes in the fundamental functions while fasting 11. The mind and special senses during a fast 12. Secretions and excretions 13. Bowel action during fasting 14. Fasting and sex 15. Rejuvenescence through fasting 16. Gain and loss of strength while fasting 17. Gain and loss of weight during fasting 18. Fasting does not induce deficiency "disease" 19. Death in the fast 20. Objections of the fast 21. Does fasting cure disease? 22. The rationale of fasting 23. The length of the fast 24. Hunger and appetite 25. Contra-indications of fasting 26. Fasting in special periods and conditions of life 27. Symptomatology of the fast 28. Progress of the fast 29. Hygiene of the fast 30. Breaking the fast 31. Gaining weight after the fast 32. Living after the fast 33. Fasting in health 34. Fasting in acute disease 35. Fasting in chronic disease 36. Fasting in drug addiction 37.

The Science Of Fasting


The Science Of Fasting
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Author : Herbert Shelton
language : en
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Release Date : 2016-06-06

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Fasting Can Save Your Life


Fasting Can Save Your Life
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Author : Herbert McGolphin Shelton
language : en
Publisher: National Health Assoc
Release Date : 1978

Fasting Can Save Your Life written by Herbert McGolphin Shelton and has been published by National Health Assoc this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1978 with Fasting categories.




Food Combining Made Easy


Food Combining Made Easy
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Author : Herbert M. Shelton
language : en
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Release Date : 2012-03-12

Food Combining Made Easy written by Herbert M. Shelton and has been published by Book Publishing Company this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2012-03-12 with Health & Fitness categories.


Food Combining Made Easy was originally published during the 1940s. It became the leading primer for almost 60 years for anyone wanting guidance on which foods should and should not be eaten at the same meal. Shelton presents information on the processes of normal digestion and examines why combinations of acids, fats, starches, sugars, and proteins disrupt these processes. This new edition has been slightly revised to reflect Shelton's vegetarian leanings.

The Science And Fine Art Of Fasting


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Author : Herbert McGolphin Shelton
language : en
Publisher: National Health Systems
Release Date : 1978

The Science And Fine Art Of Fasting written by Herbert McGolphin Shelton and has been published by National Health Systems this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1978 with Fasting. categories.