Your Health Your Choice

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A unique summary of how foods affect the way you feel, why some types of everyday foods can lead to disease, and methods to adjust your diet slowly to get frequently missed ingredients.

Inside These Pages You Will Discover:

The food you ate in the past determines how ...

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Overview

A unique summary of how foods affect the way you feel, why some types of everyday foods can lead to disease, and methods to adjust your diet slowly to get frequently missed ingredients.

Inside These Pages You Will Discover:

The food you ate in the past determines how healthy you will be in the future.

Age is no excuse for disease, aches or pains.

You can evaluate your health before symptoms of disease appear.

Too much protein is hazardous to your health.

Healing is automatic if you give your body a chance.

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Editorial Reviews

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"Singularly the most significant contribution to nutrition and health that I have encountered in my 25 years of medical practice..."
--Charles E. Wiley, M.D.

"...brings to light in a very readable, rational, and scientific way how the foods we eat affect our health... I've examined the evidence he presents and studied the scientific basis for this approach... I can't help but be convinced that Dr. Morter is right."
--Richard R. Knight, M.D., Rogers, Arkansas

"...nutrition information is so straightforward and so well explained that I wonder why the nutritionists have not made this important information available to the public... I have maintained a lean body weight of 12% (fat) for two years after losing 20 pounds."
--Stan Plagenhoef, Ph.D., Dallas, Texas

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780883911983
  • Publisher: Fell, Frederick Publishers, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/15/2012
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 247
  • Sales rank: 600,836
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author


Dr. M. Ted Morter, Jr., has devoted over twenty-five years to helping sick people get well. His lectures, seminars, research, and four-day programs (Concentrated Care) held at his clinic in Rogers, Arkansas, are attended by doctors and patients from around the world. Dr. Morter is the author of magazine articles and two books written for professionals, Chiropractic Physiology and Correlative Urinalysis.
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Table of Contents

Prologue 21

Chapter 1 Introduction 27

Chapter 2 The Good News and Bad News About Health 31

Chapter 3 Germs and Colds 37

Chapter 4 The Intelligence Within 43

Chapter 5 The Three Causes of Disease 49

Chapter 6 Eating Your Way to Better Health 57

Chapter 7 The Power of Change 69

Chapter 8 Acid Should Run Batteries, Not Bodies 77

Chapter 9 A Cruise Down the Alimentary Canal 89

Chapter 10 Reducing Your Food to Ashes 101

Chapter 11 How to Check Your Level of Health 113

Chapter 12 Interpreting Your Data 121

Chapter 13 Your Magnificent Cells 131

Chapter 14 The Protein Paradox 141

Chapter 15 Automatic Antacids 155

Chapter 16 Taking Stock of Chemical Bonds 185

Chapter 17 Nature Knows Best 171

Chapter 18 Osteoporosis by the Quart 185

Chapter 19 Coping with Cholesterol 195

Chapter 20 The Nature of Foods 203

Chapter 21 Funny Foods and Phony Foods 225

Chapter 22 More About Foods 237

Chapter 23 Exercise -The Cherry on Top 257

Epilogue 263

Endnotes 265

Index 269

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