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The Relation of alimentation and diseases
James Henry Salisbury
Written in English
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Page 97 - Eat alone, or with those only who are on the same kind of diet. After the system gets in good running order, which is indicated by the urine flowing at the rate of three pints in twenty-four hours, and standing constantly at density, the appetite becomes good, and usually more than three meals a.
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InSalisbury published a book "The Relation of Alimentation and Disease" in which he described his scientific experiments and findings that lead to his conclusion that humans were designed to eat primarily animal products.
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Unhealthy alimentation always acts as a cause of disease,” he wrote. Most modern physicians would agree with the sentiment to at least some. Vaccines and Medicines. Medicines have existed in human society probably as long as sickness itself.
However, with the advent of the modern pharmaceutical industry, biochemical approaches to preventing and treating disease have acquired a new level of prominence in the evolving relationship between microbes and their human hosts.The developments are spectacular, indeed, and the new insights gained have already advanced our understanding of certain human diseases, such as autoimmune disease, inflammatory diseases, nervous and endocrine abnormalities and the influence of behavioral factors and of aging on the immune response and g: alimentation.Disease.
Effect of disease. Side effect of vaccine. Diphtheria – bacteria spread by respiratory droplets; causes severe throat and breathing difficulties. Up to 1 in 7 patients die. The bacteria release a toxin that can paralyse nerves and cause heart failure.
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