Food Combining Made Easy

This new edition has been slightly revised to reflect Shelton's vegetarian leanings.

Author: Herbert M. Shelton

Publisher: Book Publishing Company

ISBN: 9781570672606

Category: Health & Fitness

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Food Combining Made Easy was originally published during the 1940s. It became the leading primer for almost 60 years for anyone wanting guidance on which foods should and should not be eaten at the same meal. Shelton presents information on the processes of normal digestion and examines why combinations of acids, fats, starches, sugars, and proteins disrupt these processes. This new edition has been slightly revised to reflect Shelton's vegetarian leanings.

Food Combining Made Easy

2013 Reprint of 1951 Edition. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software.

Author: Herbert M. Shelton

Publisher:

ISBN: 1614274533

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 74

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2013 Reprint of 1951 Edition. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. Written by Herbert Shelton, the founder of the natural hygiene movement, this classic has been the leading primer for anyone wanting guidance on which foods should and should not be eaten at the same meal for over sixty years. Readers will learn why combinations of acids, fats, starches, sugars, and proteins disrupt the normal processes of digestion. Shelton was known as the father of food combining and was among the first to advocate fasting and raw foods as healing therapies. Shelton was nominated by the American Vegetarian Party to run as its candidate for President of the United States in 1956. He saw himself as the champion of original Natural hygiene ideas from the 1830s.

Food Combining Made Easy

This new edition has been slightly revised to reflect Shelton's vegetarian leanings.

Author: Herbert M. Shelton

Publisher:

ISBN: 0369316371

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 188

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Food Combining Made Easy was originally published during the 1940s. It became the leading primer for almost 60 years for anyone wanting guidance on which foods should and should not be eaten at the same meal. Shelton presents information on the processes of normal digestion and examines why combinations of acids, fats, starches, sugars, and proteins disrupt these processes. This new edition has been slightly revised to reflect Shelton's vegetarian leanings.

Food Combining Made Easy Chart

Learn at a glance how to properly combine natural foods.

Author: Frank Hurd

Publisher:

ISBN: 0960353232

Category:

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Learn at a glance how to properly combine natural foods. Enjoy better digestion and nutrition. Meal planning is fun and easy with this informative wall chart or desk mat. Saves you time. Sample menus, simple principles. Meal planning in minutes. Beautifully Illustrated with original art drawings. 18" x 24" Laminated.

The Complete Book Of Food Combining

... of digestion can lead us to eating practices that ensure better digestion and better nutrition only the foolish will disregard its immense value to us, both in health and disease.' Dr Herbert M Shelton Food Combining Made Easy, 1979 ...

Author: Kathryn Marsden

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780748125036

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 480

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Food combining enhances the quality of your diet, increases your intake of vitamins and minerals and improves the way the body digests and absorbs nourishment. It is one of the safest and most successful ways to lose weight as well as being an invaluable, natural remedy for a variety of health problems. In her new definitive book Kathryn Marsden explains everything you'll ever need to know about food combining in one easy-to-follow volume. The book is divided into 4 parts: Part 1 Essential basics including principles, short cuts, food charts etc; Part 2 Food combining for specific reasons ie. weight loss, food allergies, fluid retention, low blood sugar, stress etc; Part 3 Four weeks of food combining recipes and menu plans; Part 4 Alphabetical check list for specific foodsFor more information on Kathryn Marsden please visit www.kathrynmarsden.com

Food Combining and Digestion

Food Combining Made Easy. by Herbert M. Shelton. School of Natural Hygiene, 1951San Antonio, TX. TheOil Story. by EvaGraf. Centerof the Light,1981. Great Barrington,MA 01230. Encyclopedia of Medicinal Herbs. by Joseph Dadans, N.D., PhD.

Author: Steve Meyerowitz

Publisher: Sproutman Publications

ISBN: 9781878736352

Category: Cooking

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This easy-to-use book shows how to get more nutrition from the food we eat, with eating guidelines to help the stomach run at peak efficiency and maximum digestive power. Includes an overview of the chemistry of digestion and how food is assimilated. The techniques presented here can help people gain increased energy and improved health.

The Multiversa Strategy

Food combining charts are textual or visual, simple or detailed. Some health food stores produce placemats, postcards or wallet-size cards with food combining visuals and rules. Herbert M. Shelton's small book Food Combining Made Easy ...

Author: Penelope Oaks Colville

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781552122440

Category: Chronic fatigue syndrome

Page: 430

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Self-instructional multi-media kit on recovering from chronic fatigue and other modern "dis-eases."

The Herbert Shelton Reader

Herbert Shelton was a prolific writer who returned again and again to a few major themes, all of which are included in this collection.

Author: Herbert Shelton

Publisher: Mockingbird Press

ISBN: 1953450091

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 126

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Herbert Shelton was a prolific writer who returned again and again to a few major themes, all of which are included in this collection. Those themes include the nature of disease; diet and nutrition; fasting; and the Hygiene movement itself.