Doctors knew more about infant feeding in 1915 than they do now in 2015.
I'm a former colonic therapist (super-duper pooper scooper), so this may be more interesting to me than it is to you.
LeGrand Kerr, M.D. ("Top Milk Adaptations in Infant Feeding," Long Island Medical Journal, Feb. 1915) w... Read More
Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) said …
"We're not actually designed to consume meat. Meat is a secondary form of food. We're designed to eat fiber. That's the primary form of food for the human body."
Harris A. Houghton, M.D. ("The Metabolism of Nitrogen in Nephritis and its Relation to Nephr... Read More
Protein requirements are greatly exaggerated (mainly by the Meat-Industrial Complex).
Sir Lauder Brunton, M.D. ("Introduction-General Principles," A System of Diet and Dietetics, 1908) wrote …
"Half a century ago it was thought that the energy exhibited by the muscles of the body was derived... Read More
The saying goes, "Be healthy, wealthy, and wise."
It’s not, "Be healthy, wealthy, and SMART."
Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) said, "It's better to be lucky than smart."
Criminologists have known about the pitfalls of genius for a long time.
Italian criminologist and physician Cesare Lo... Read More
Doctors were once expected to be proficient Body Language analysts.
Today's doctors skimp on Body Language and over-rely on medical laboratory science.
The following quote is from an 1862 medical book (the year of Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation).
Isaac Baker Brown, F.R.C.S. (On... Read More