Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 3 (March 1957): Diabetic Syndrome; Virus Infections and Vitamin E; Q&A; A-C Carbamide, Cardiotrophin PMG, Chlorophyll Complex

Contents in this issue: “The Diabetic Syndrome,” “Tip of the Month (Virus Infections and Vitamin E),” “Questions and Answers,” “High Points of Standard Process Nutritional Adjuncts (A-C Carbamide, Cardiotrophin PMG, Chlorophyll Complex).” The following is a transcription of the March 1957 issue of Dr. Royal Lee’s Applied Trophology newsletter, originally published by Standard Process Laboratories. The Diabetic […]

Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 2 (February 1957): Acidosis and Alkalosis; New Aid for Incurable Disease; Chlorophyll Ointment in Decubitus Ulcers; Choline in Liver Metabolism; Effects on Bile Flow of Choline; Pancreas and Cholesterol; Potassium in Bulbar Poliomyelitis; High Blood pH; Cholacol, Bio-Dent, Cal-Amo, Calcium Lactate

Contents in this issue: “Acidosis and Alkalosis,” “New Aid for Incurable Disease Told,” “Chlorophyll Ointment Heals Decubitus Ulcers,” “Choline Prevents Fatty Change and Cirrhosis in the Livers of Dogs Subjected to Hypophysectomy and Thyroidectomy,” “Lipid Content and Volume of Bile Secreted by Choline-Deficient Rats with Fatty Livers,” “Items of Interest (The Pancreas and Cholesterol),” “Potassium […]

Bread Called Cause of Some Skin Ills

By Helen Bullock

Summary: A newspaper account of a dermatologist’s report that patients with skin disorders showed considerable improvement after eliminating bleached flour products from their diet. Importantly, the dermatologist is referring to the bleach chlorine dioxide, which had replaced the former standard flour bleach of many years, nitrogen trichloride. This article illustrates well the practice of the food processing industry to continue to use a product in spite of concerns about its safety until enough demonstrable cases of harm force its hand. From The Dallas Morning News, 1955. Reprinted by the Lee Foundation for Nutritional Research