Scientific Fasting

Scientific Fasting

Author: Linda Burfield Hazzard

Publisher: Bright Sparks

ISBN: UOM:39076005011825

Category: Fasting

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Scientific Fasting

Scientific Fasting

Linda B. Hazzard. SCIENTIFIC FASTING THE ANCIENT AND MODERN KEY TO HEALTH HEALTH RESEARCH PO BOX 850 POMEROY , WA 99347 The priests represented the educated classes in the early days.

Author: Linda B. Hazzard

Publisher: Health Research Books

ISBN: 0787303909

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Monsters Of Medicine

Monsters Of Medicine

Scientific Fasting: The Ancient and Modern Key to Health. New York, Grant Publications, 1927 Hazzard, Linda. Scientific Fasting: The Ancient and Modern Key to Health: Part 4, “Pioneers of Therapeutic Fasting in America.

Author: William W. Colliflower, M.D.

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781460221631

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 264

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Medical training gave them the skills . . . Unfortunately evidence suggests that the medical profession is responsible for more serial killers then all other professions combined. Why is this so? Monsters of medicine chronicles the lives of five serial killer physicians in an effort to find a common thread in their lives. The author believes there is evidence to support that these doctors were all pathologic narcissists. Childhood abuse was present in all their lives. Medical training gave them the skills and opportunities for their murderous and torturous conduct. We are all patients and it is appalling to find institutions and monitoring bodies place reputation and potential liability above weeding out misconduct, incompetence, and our welfare. The fact that two of these killers were actively practicing medicine into the waning days of the 20th century should alert us that this subject is much more than just of historical interest. Key questions of cause, prevention, detection, and treatment are explored. Absolute answers are difficult to expose, but one thing remains almost certain. There is likely another serial killer physician practicing medicine at this time somewhere in the world.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

KetoFast

KetoFast

Rejuvenate Your Health with a Step-by-Step Guide to Timing Your Ketogenic Meals Dr. Joseph Mercola ... L. B. Hazzard , Scientific Fasting : The Ancient and Modern Key to Health ( Whitefish , MT : Kessinger Publishing , 1996 ) . 19.

Author: Dr. Joseph Mercola

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

ISBN: 9781401957636

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 218

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New in paperback, from one of the world's foremost alternative health authorities: a guide to using time-restricted eating and ketogenic principles to promote weight loss, treat disease, and optimize well-being. "You can always trust Dr. Joseph Mercola to be on the cutting edge! Follow this enjoyable read to do keto and fasting the right way, and avoid the common pitfalls, many of which will shock you." -- Steven R. Gundry, M.D., New York Times best-selling author of The Plant Paradox series; Medical Director, The International Heart and Lung Institute We all know that food is medicine--yet going without food is one of the single best things you can do for your health. Short, doable fasts, when strategically timed, are an incredibly powerful metabolic intervention, dovetailing perfectly with a ketogenic diet to activate your body's fat-burning mode. This in turn can ward off insulin resistance, reduce oxidative stress and inflammation, optimize brain function, prevent neurological problems, support weight loss, and more. In this in-depth yet accessible guide, now available in paperback, New York Times best-selling author Dr. Joseph Mercola explores the profound health benefits that result when ketogenic living and well-planned fasting are combined. Topics include: How our food is making us sick and what we can do about it The physiology and mechanisms of fasting, including stem cell activation How the cyclical ketogenic diet--with fasting included--differs from the conventional keto diet How fasting works and how safe it is for you How regular one-day fasts support fat burning and detoxification while minimizing hunger and side effects How to monitor your progress with lab tests And much more
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Juice Fasting Simplifed a Practical Approach

Juice Fasting Simplifed a Practical Approach

61 Shelton, Herbert M., Fasting for Renewal of Life, p. 162. 62 Hazzard, Linda Burfield, D.O., Scientific Fasting, the Ancient and Modern Key to Health, (Health Research, Mokelumne Hill, CA.), 1963, p. 183-4. 63 Lawlor, T., M.B.,B.S., ...

Author: James C. Tibbetts

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781329173620

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 161

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This book explains the two basic types of fasting: water fasting and juice. It also explains the basic lengths of fasting: three day fast, seven to ten day fasts and longer therapeutic fasts. It goes over various techniques and methods of fasting and various professional opinions on fasting. It covers some of the detoxification methods that can be used during a fast such as colon therapy or enemas, dry brushing, and your tongue. The purpose of this work is three fold. First it is to give a basic scientific approach using some of the leading experts and research in the field, as well as Jim's own insights. Second is to give a practical approach that anyone can use to guide themselves on a fast under ten days or even to twenty one days. Third is to give some therapeutic fasting understanding and evidence. Also chapters on: Extending Lifespan with Fasting; Nutrition after the Fast; and Fasting Scriptures and Spirituality are included.
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Not Quite Over The Hill

Not Quite Over The Hill

She also wrote another book: Scientific Fasting: the Ancient and Modern Key to Health in 1927. Strangely, even though she had used it for murder, she actually believed in her methods. In 1938, Hazzard tried to cure herself of an illness ...

Author: Chan Joon Yee

Publisher: Dewdrop Publications

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 238

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Age isn't just a number. Those who say it doesn't matter are lying through their dentures. My backpack seems to get heavier as the years go by. This is an honest book about how I manage aging and enjoy an active lifestyle climbing volcanoes in Indonesia and trekking in the snowy Himalayas after 50 - all accomplished without any miracle supplements or insane diets. In this book, I will share with you the science and debunk the myths. I praise the heroes and mock the fake gurus. Enjoy the read.
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How and When to Be Your Own Doctor

How and When to Be Your Own Doctor

DelMar, California: Totality Books. Gray, R. (1980). The Colon Health Handbook. Oakland, California: Rockridge Publishing Company. Hazzard, L. B. D. O. (1927). Scientific Fasting: The Ancient and Modern Key to Health (also Mokelume Hill ...

Author: Lisa Bright

Publisher: Editora Bibliomundi

ISBN: 9781526041081

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 337

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Do you know why you get sick? Would you know how to take care of a simple acne breakout on your face? This e-book covers in a simple and didactic way the whole process of getting sick and taking care of yourself, before you need to see a real doctor. The great maxim 'We are what we eat' is still valid! Therefore, you must learn how to feed yourself, fast and feed yourself, and learn about the foods that can heal you and make you sick. Here you will learn, among other things, about: Extending Life with the right foods Diet for a long life Diet for a healthy person Diet for acute disease Food to cure chronic diseases Diet for chronic disease Foods in the order of digestive difficulty Diets for healing people in critical condition Combination foods and 'Healthy Junk food And much more... When my health began to slip I went looking for a cure. Up to that time the only use I'd had for doctors was to fix a few traumatic injuries. The only preventative health care I concerned myself with was to take a multivitamin pill during those rare spells when I felt a bit run down and to eat lots of vegetables. So I'd not learned much about alternative health care.Naturally, my first stop was a local general practitioner/MD. He gave me his usual half-hour get-acquainted checkout and opined that there almost certainly was nothing wrong with me. I suspect I had the good fortune to encounter an honest doctor, because he also said if it were my wish he could send me around for numerous tests but most likely these would not reveal anything either. More than likely, all that was wrong was that I was approaching 40; with the onset of middle age I would naturally have more aches and pains. 'Take some aspirin and get used to it,' was his advice. 'It'll only get worse.'Not satisfied with his dismal prognosis I asked an energetic old guy I knew named Paul, an '80-something homesteader who was renowned for his organic garden and his good health. Paul referred me to his doctor, Isabelle Moser, who at that time was running the Great Oaks School of Health, a residential and out-patient spa nearby at Creswell, Oregon.Dr. Moser had very different methods of analysis than the medicos, was warmly personal and seemed very safe to talk to. She looked me over, did some strange magical thing she called muscle testing and concluded that I still had a very strong constitution. If I would eliminate certain 'bad' foods from my diet, eliminate some generally healthful foods that, unfortunately, I was allergic to, if I would reduce my alcohol intake greatly and take some food supplements, then gradually my symptoms would abate. With the persistent application of a little self-discipline over several months, maybe six months, I could feel really well again almost all the time and would probably continue that way for many years to come. This was good news, though the need to apply personal responsibility toward the solution of my problem seemed a little sobering.But I could also see that Dr. Moser was obviously not telling me something. So I gently pressed her for the rest. A little shyly, reluctantly, as though she were used to being rebuffed for making such suggestions, Isabelle asked me if I had ever heard of fasting? 'Yes,' I said. 'I had. Once when I was about twenty and staying at a farm in Missouri, during a bad flu I actually did fast, mainly because I was too sick to take anything but water for nearly one week.''Why do you ask?' I demanded.'If you would fast, you will start feeling really good as soon as the fast is over.' she said.'Fast? How long?''Some have fasted for a month or even longer,' she said. Then she observed my crestfallen expression and added, 'Even a couple of weeks would make an enormous difference.'It just so happened that I was in between set-up stages for a new mail-order business I was starting and right then I did have a couple of weeks when I was virtually free of responsibility. I could also face the idea of not eating for a couple of weeks. 'Okay!' I said somewhat impulsively. 'I could fast for two weeks. If I start right now maybe even three weeks, depending on how my schedule works out.'So in short order I was given several small books about fasting to read at home and was mentally preparing myself for several weeks of severe privation, my only sustenance to be water and herb tea without sweetener. And then came the clinker.'Have you ever heard of colonics?' she asked sweetly.'Yes. Weird practice, akin to anal sex or something?''Not at all,' she responded. 'Colonics are essential during fasting or you will have spells when you'll feel terrible. Only colonics make water fasting comfortable and safe.'Then followed some explanation about bowel cleansing (and another little book to take home) and soon I was agreeing to get my body over to her place for a colonic every two or three days during the fasting period, the first colonic scheduled for the next afternoon. I'll spare y
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Sometimes People Die

Sometimes People Die

Dr. Linda Hazzard was not a medical doctor, but a homeopath who abused a loophole in Washington state law to describe herself ... Hazzard wrote about these ideas in books such as Scientific Fasting: The Ancient and Modern Key to Health, ...

Author: Simon Stephenson

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9780369722669

Category: Fiction

Page: 355

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When too many patients die under his watch, a troubled young doctor suspects murder. But are his instincts to be trusted? Returning to practice after a suspension for stealing opioids, a young doctor takes the only job he can find: a post as a physician at the struggling St. Luke's Hospital in east London. Amid the maelstrom of sick patients, overworked staff and underfunded wards, a more insidious secret soon declares itself: too many patients are dying. And a murderer may be lurking in plain sight. Drawing on his experiences as a physician, Simon Stephenson takes readers into the dark heart of life as a hospitalist to ask the question: Who are the people we gift the power of life and death, and what does it do to them? As beautifully written and witty as it is propulsive, Sometimes People Die is an unforgettable thriller that will haunt you long after you turn the last page.
Categories: Fiction

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein

Scientific Fasting: The Ancient and Modern Key to Health (also Mokelume Hill reprint of original). New York: Grant Publications. 20. Hawking, David and Pauling, Linus, editors. (1973) Orthomolecular Psychiatry: Treatment of ...

Author: Vinod Kumar Mishra

Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan

ISBN: 9788184305081

Category: Self-Help

Page: 238

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All about being your own doctor; from nutrious diet plan to fasting and understanding nature and cause of diseases.
Categories: Self-Help

American Barefoot Doctor s Manual

American Barefoot Doctor s Manual

... Making Health Certain (1921), Walker, Marie Winchell, Lover of Truth: A Health Novel (1923), Tilden, Dr. John H., ... Occult View of Health and Disease (1925), Hazzard, Linda Burfield, Scientific Fasting: The Ancient and Modern Key ...

Author: Accem Scott

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781411606333

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 115

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In mid twentieth century China, during the time of the Cultural Revolution, there was a great need for medical treatment and a severe shortage of medical practitioners, especially in the countryside. To remedy this situation, workers and farmers were trained in the prevention and treatment of disease. These people were known as Barefoot Doctors. The American Barefoot Doctor's Manual was created in the spirit of these original barefoot doctors. Strategies for using Chinese Patent Medicines, LM Homeopathics, and Flower Essences are found throughout the manual. Also included in this work is an integrated form of movement therapy which opens and increases the energetics through all 14 meridians. For a limited time I will provide 1/2 hour session of Chinese Energetic Method with each purchase.
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