The text only version of The Therapeutics of Fasting.
There are two paperback versions issued by conflicting groups of Ehretists, each in-print version containing much addenda to the original material. In this download, as best this library can determine, is what Ehret actually wrote.
An exhaustive study of therepeutic fasting, Shelton claimed to have conducted over twenty-five thousand fasts, ranging in duration from three days to more than two months. Even if this is an overstatement, likely no one else has ever equaled his experience with fasting.
One of the wisest books ever written about natural hygiene and especially about water fasting. Dr. Hazzard had decades of personal practice. Also contains a great deal of advice about handling children.
Purinton's book is mostly about the mental and spiritual benefits of fasting and the state of mind one needs to cultivate in order to fast safely and with a good result.
This book was written after 25 years of clinical practice. Dr. Moser was not a rigid, doctrinaire natural hygienist. She incorporated into her practice what she considered the most useful aspects of many disciplines, including vitamins and other food supplements, protomorphogens, massage, accupressure, colonics, dietary restriction, etc.
A young healer's enthusiastic encouragement to use fasting, exercise, cold water and dietary reform--especially the one meal per day plan--to cure disease. Interesting muscle pictures and daring (for the time) muscle-nudes.
Sleep, deep, restful sleep, recharges the vital force. This force is what runs the body and energizes it . . . not the food. How to manage the mind so as to create health. We eat far more than the body needs for nutrition.
As the title states.
This booklet, one of a series of many similar publications, provides Székely's take on two related subjects. The text also includes a full list of publications of the Essene School of Life.
An article from the American Chiropractic Journal.
A testimonial; the story of a young man whose body had been so severely damaged by conventional medical treatment for ulcerative colitis that he was near death. In the nick of time he discovered natural hygiene, fasted for over 40 days and began to recover health and enjoyment of life.
A complete, sensitive and intelligent survey of fasting and of fasting literature. Arnold DeVries was an American researcher, writer and hygienist, who already in the 1950's changed from a fruitarian (Fountain of Youth, 1946) to a paleolithic diet. (See the Longevity Library for more of his books.)