Mucusless Diet Healing System

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Health Research Books, 2000 - 194 pages
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The Mucusless Diet consist of many kinds of raw and cooked fruits, starchless vegetables, and cooked or raw mostly green-leaf vegetables. it is a combination of individually advised long or short fasts, with progressively changing menus of non mucus-form.
 

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I have used the knowlege taught in this book by Professor Ehret and have healed myself from a constant cough that almost killed me couple of times. Plus I lost a lot of weight without any suffering or pain and never felt so energetic and not only I healed from the cough but also from depression and anxiety problems.
It is difficult to follow the diet though if you have to feed others the unhealthy foods most people want because it makes it too tempting.
Professor Ehret's book changed my life in many, many ways I am soooo greatful to this book...
 

Contents

FrontispiecePROF ARNOLD EHRET Biographical Sketch of Prof Arnold Ehret
13
General Introductory Principles
23
Latent Acute and Chronic Diseases No longer a mystery
28
Why the Diagnosis
31
DiagnosisPart II
42
The Formula of Life
53
The New Physiology
61
The New PhysiologyPart II
66
Confusion in DieteticsPart III
98
Ragnar Bergs Tables
102
Transition Diet Ill Lesson XVI Transition DietPart II
118
Lesson XVIa Transition Diet Vegetarian Recipes
127
Fasting
142
FastingPart II
147
FastingPart IV
157
Destructive Diet of Civilizatit i and the Mucus less Diet the Natural Food or Man
162

The New PhysiologyPart III
71
The New PhysiologyPart IV
76
Critique of All Other Healing Systems and Unbiased Unprejudiced Reviews
81
Confusion in Dietetics
86
Confusion in DieteticsPart II
92
Sex
170
SexPart II
176
The Enforcement of Elimination by Physical Adjustments
183
A Message to Ehretists
191

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