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History of Natural Hygiene and Principles of Natural Hygiene

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Being the Naturopathic Teachings of Doctors Jennings, Graham, Trall and Tilden.
Paperback, 112 pages
Published April 1st 1996 by Kessinger Publishing (first published 1996)
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I was expecting a book by Shelton, but this one has multiple authors. He is one of them and the others agree with him. Some were his predecessors in health reform. They all agree that illness is a result of transgressions from right living. Are they being overly simplistic in this? Or do they have the secret to lifelong health and vitality? What is meant by right living? That is what this book is about. Sylvester Graham would say that right living is “strict obedience to the laws of life.” For d ...more
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Born in Texas. Grew up on a farm. Studied Nature Cure and chiropractic. Became a doctor of naturopathy and a health educator. Supervised more than 30,000 fasts between 1925 and 1970. Published "Dr. Shelton's Hygienic Review." Wrote more than forty books. Operated a health school in San Antonio, Texas. Promoted Natural Hygiene. Much persecuted for his outspoken denunciation of orthodox medicine. Di ...more
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