Category Archives: Volume 1

Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 10
(October 1957)

The following is a transcription of the October 1957 issue of Dr. Royal Lee’s Applied Trophology newsletter, originally published by Standard Process Laboratories. Housewives’ Eczema, Dentists’ Novocaine Dermatitis, Petroleum Dermatitis (Machine and Oil Workers) These are highly annoying conditions that have a lot in common. Too frequent washing in strong soaps and detergents (constant contact […]

Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 8
(August 1957)

The following is a transcription of the August 1957 issue of Dr. Royal Lee’s Applied Trophology newsletter, originally published by Standard Process Laboratories. The Vitamin C Complex “Unfortunately, so many people are now pursuing preconceived hypotheses that sometimes nothing but confusion remains.”1 This remark was made by a reviewer of the present status of ascorbic […]

Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 5
(May 1957)

The following is a transcription of the May 1957 issue of Dr. Royal Lee’s Applied Trophology newsletter, originally published by Standard Process Laboratories. The Management of the Hypercholesterol Patient Recent reports show conclusively that hydrogenated fats are a common cause of high blood cholesterol, which is a concomitant state in many chronic and serious disease syndromes from […]

Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 12
(December 1957)

The following is a transcription of the December 1957 issue of Dr. Royal Lee’s Applied Trophology newsletter, originally published by Standard Process Laboratories. Inositol (Vitamin B10), Potassium, and Phosphoric Acid “The function of inositol is unknown,” say Bicknell and Prescott in their book The Vitamins in Medicine. But the clinical effects certainly are known, and […]

Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 6
(June 1957)

The following is a transcription of the June 1957 issue of Dr. Royal Lee’s Applied Trophology newsletter, originally published by Standard Process Laboratories. The Constipation Syndrome Constipation is a common complaint that many of our authorities attribute to various nutritional shortcomings,1 from a lack of bulk-forming factors to a lack of the vitamins and minerals needed by […]

Applied Trophology, Vol. 1, No. 1
(January 1957)

The following is a transcription of the January 1957 issue of Dr. Royal Lee’s Applied Trophology newsletter, originally published by Standard Process Laboratories. Which Is First—The Disease or the Microorganism? Medical science has been insistent that germs, viruses, etc., are basic causes of disease. Many doctors insist that disease is a state of malnutrition, poisoning from endogenous […]