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Archive for April 7th, 2009

PROPER CARE OF THE PANCREAS 2

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

As already stated, fasting is an excellent means of resting the pancreas. Moreover, whatever the patient eats, it is important to ingest small quantities, chew everything thoroughly and insalivate well before swallowing. These are inexpensive ways and means of supporting the pancreas in the healing process. If you feel a slight pain after eating, you [...]

TAPEWORMS – CATTLE TAPEWORM

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

Even more dangerous than the cattle tapeworm, which can reach a length of several metres, is the dog tapeworm, of the genus Echinococcus. It is only about 5-6 mm (lA inch) long but its size bears no relationship to its danger, for this little worm is capable of causing greater damage than the much longer [...]

A TYPICAL DAILY PROGRAMME – WEIGHT CONTROL (UNDERWEIGHT AND OVERWEIGHT)

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

In the past it was thought that being underweight was caused by an insufficient intake of food and that eating too much resulted in obesity. However, there are some people who eat a lot and remain extraordinarily thin, and others who eat very little and still put on weight. Everything, they say, turns to fat! [...]

THE URINARY BLADDER – ADDITIONAL TREATMENT 2 (BED-WETTING (ENURESIS))

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

Being a bed-wetter is always upsetting for the healthy, intelligent child, as well as for the handicapped one. Hence, no effort should be spared to cure the child’s problem. A child whose health leaves much to be desired and who may not be so quick mentally has enough to put up with and will feel [...]

MODERN HEART POISONS – STRESS-PACE AND HASTE

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

The ever-increasing pace that characterises our modern way of life is one of the worst poisons for our heart. Even though, for the most part, individual productivity has not exceeded that of former times, it has become the custom to cram too many activities, especially those connected with our job, into a short space of [...]