Dietetics of Naturopathic Medicine: In Their Own Words

Dietetics of Naturopathic Medicine: In Their Own Words

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Overview

What we choose to eat is arguably the most important factor in producing and sustaining health. Many families today look to diet in working with diabetes, obesity, inflammation and nutritional health. Diet was a cornerstone for the early Naturopaths as they charted their course for health reform. Dietetics of Naturopathic Medicine reviews the writing of these early Naturopaths who scrupulously examined and documented the role of diet and food. As important today as when these pioneers first brought forward their discoveries into clinical practice, their dietetic knowledge is a precious resource for the modern Naturopath.


The Rare Book Room at National University of Natural Medicine houses the unique collection of journals published by Benedict Lust in the last century. Through fifty years of advocacy and patient care, this naturopathic champion wrote, collected, edited and published several thousand substantial articles on every conceivable naturopathic medical subject. Culling this rich landscape of seminal articles, Dr. Sussanna Czeranko, ND, Rare Book Room Curator, has created an extraordinary, one-of-a-kind resource called The Hevert Collection: In Their Own Words, a twelve book series that reintroduces the roots of the medicine to modern Naturopaths. Richly illustrated.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781945785023
Publisher: NUNM Press
Publication date: 09/12/2016
Series: In Their Own Words
Pages: 414
Sales rank: 837,826
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.92(d)

About the Author

Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE, is a 1994 graduate of CCNM (Toronto). She is a licensed ND in Oregon. In the last twenty-two years, she has developed an extensive armamentarium of traditional naturopathic therapies for her patients. Especially interested in balneotherapy, botanical medicine, breathing and nutrition, she is a frequent international presenter and workshop leader. She is a monthly Contributing Editor (Nature Cure-Past Pearls) for NDNR and a Contributing Writer for the Foundations of Naturopathic Medicine Project. Dr. Czeranko founded The Breathing Academy and along with Dr. Karis Tressel The Nature-Cure Academy, both of which provide training and practicums for Naturopathic doctors, the former in the scientific model of Buteyko breathing therapy, and the latter in traditional Naturopathic modalities. Dr. Czeranko also founded Manitou Waters Clinic, Spa and Health Education Centre in Saskatchewan, Canada, on the shores of a pristine, highly mineralized northern lake.

Table of Contents

Introduction
1900
Kneipp Health Food • Benedict Lust
Olive Oil As A Remedy • Benedict Lust
Honey • Mgr. Sebastian Kneipp
Diet For Patients And Convalescents • Friedrich Eduard Bilz
Nut Foods • Benedict Lust
MiIk • Benedict Lust
Biscuits, Light Bread, Or Whole Wheat Bread? • F. J. Buettgenbach
1901
Diet Treatment • Benedict Lust
1902
Regeneration • In Praise Of The Onion In Medicine • Benedict Lust
1903
Should We Drink? • Sophie Leppel
Diet • A Naturopathic Silhouette • Benedict Lust
1904
Some Foods As Remedies • A. Scholta
The Naturopathic Kitchen: Non-stimulating Diet, Vegetarian Or Naturopathic • Benedict Lust
Modern Systems Of Healing: The Schroth Cure • John A. R. Gray
1905
New Theory On Eating • About The Value Of A Good Gluten Graham Bread • Benedict Lust
The New Tuber Food • Benedict Lust, N.D.
1906
The Nutritive Value Of Unpolished Rice • Otto Carqué
Adulteration Of Food • Samuel A. Bloch
Fruit And Nut Diet • O. Hashnu Hara
This Nation Suiciding • Cora G. Ives, D.O.
Green Salads And Vegetables As Medicine • Adam Clark
1907
Cause And Cure Of Ailments According To Natur-Therapeutics • Benedict Lust
1908
Diet For Corpulent People and Vegetarian Method of Life • Benedict Lust
Remarkable Discovery • John Harvey Kellogg
Why We Favor A Vegetarian Diet • Dr. Henry Lindlahr
The Simple Life In A Nutshell • John Harvey Kellogg
Why Peanuts Are Hard To Digest • Benedict Lust
1909
Nutritive Value Of Oats • Author Unknown
The Practical Naturopathic Vegetarian Kitchen: Cooked And Uncooked Foods • Mrs. Louise Lust
Unbleached Flour • Charles Cristadodo
Substitutes For Meat And Their Values • Edwin C. Wilson
1910
The Magnetic Properties Of Food • Henry Lindlahr, M.D.
The Vegetarian Kitchen: Suggestions For Cooking Vegetables • Mrs. Anna Lindlahr
Raw Food Diet • Mrs. Anna Lindlahr
Standard Foods and Overeating • Henry Lindlahr, M.D.
1911
Drink At Meals • J. H. Neff
Care And Feeding Of Infants • Otto CarquÉ
1912
The Food We Eat And The Food We Should Eat • Eugene Christian, F.S.
To Salt Or Not To Salt • Henry Lindlahr, M.D.
California "LikeFresh" Fruits, Their Nutritive And Hygienic Value • Otto CarquÉ
1913
A Plea For An Apyrotropher Society • Do You "Troph"? • Mrs. Helen Sherry
The Cruciferae • George J. Drews
Curled Dock • George J. Drews
Building Brain By Diet • Dortch Campell
1914
Eugene Christian-The Food Science Doctor • Valdemar Blad
Edible Thistles • George J. Drews
1915
How To Eat Dahlia Tubers • George J. Drews
Life And Death In Diet • Axel Emil Gibson
Scientific Dietetics-Fasting • R. Moershell
The Dasheen • Dulse As Food • George J. Drews, AI.D., D.C.
1916
Milk For Apyrtrophers • Spring Suggestions • George J. Drews, AI.D.
1917
My Diet Of Healing • Arnold Ehret, Dietist
1918
The New Science Of Healing • Louis Kuhne
Cocoa Bread • Translated From German by David Ammann
Kitchen And Table, Menus For Purification • Mrs. Louise Lust
A Nut And Fruit Dietary For Brain Workers • Sophie Leppel
Healthful Eating • E. Howard Tunison
1919
The Dietetic Cure Of Cancer • Augustin L. Evanzin, A.B., Ph.D.
The Cause Of Disease • Irving James Eales, M.D., D.O.
1920
Fasting • William F. Havard, N.D.
Canning Without Sugar • Martha B. Opland, N.D.
The Curative Diet • William F. Havard, N.D.
1921
Grits Versus Bread • Henry E. Lahn, M.D.
The Curative Diet (continuation) • William F. Havard, N.D.
Some Thoughts On The Value Of Vegetarianism And Raw Foods In
Health And Disease • Louise Lust, N.D.
1922
The Life Worth While • Edwin J. Ross
Light On Dietetic Problems • Alex Emil Gibson
1923
Cowless Milk • Alice M. Reinhold, N.D.
Foods And Nutrition • Dr. A. J. Kennedy
References
Index

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