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ADOLPH HAHNEMANN ALLSHORN affected amylaceous matters applicable articles of food azotized matters Banting belly biscuit body bracing localities bread breakfast Cause of Protuberant CHAPTER character Chloro-ansemia claret cocoa compress condition Constipation constituted convert into urea corpulence Deposit of Fat diet dietetic distension dition dominal disease dry cold toast Dyspepsia dyspeptic enlargement evacuations excretion Exhales carbonic acid Faradisation Fat-forming fish except salmon frequent occurrence Friedrichshall fruit habit heat-giving horse-exercise Hydrastis Hydrogen Hysterical flatulence increase Indigestion intestinal glands kidneys legs less Licentiate loss of appetite Margate meat membrane mence Midwifery mucous membrane muscles nutrition Omentum organic disease ounce of dry oxide of Ammonium pain and fulness pain and sense patient suffers perform its function phlegmatic Polysarcia Protuberant Abdomen result Royal College scanty sherry small doses stomach symptoms tea without milk treatise tumour has acquired unfrequently University of Edinburgh uric acid urine vegetable except potato weakness Womb
Page 24 - I was only too happy to give the plan a fair trial,' and, within a very few days, found immense benefit from it. It may better elucidate the dietary plan if I describe generally what I have sanction to take, and that man must be an extraordinary person who would desire a better table: For breakfast, I take four or five ounces of beef, mutton, kidneys, broiled fish, bacon, or cold meat of any kind except pork; a large cup of tea (without milk or sugar), a little biscuit, or one ounce of dry toast....
Page 25 - ... pudding, any kind of poultry or game, and two or three glasses of good claret, sherry, or Madeira — Champagne, Port and Beer forbidden. For tea, two or three ounces of fruit, a rusk or two, and a cup of tea without milk or sugar. For supper, Three or four ounces of meat or fish similar-to dinner, with a glass or two of claret.
Page 11 - Yet then this little spot of earth well till'd, A num'rous family with plenty fill'd, The good old man and thrifty housewife spent Their days in peace and fatten'd with content; Enjoy'd the dregs of life, and lived to see A long descending healthful progeny.
Page 24 - For breakfast, I take four or five ounces of beef, mutton, kidneys, broiled fish, bacon, or cold meat of any kind except pork; a large cup of tea (without milk or sugar), a little biscuit, or one ounce of dry toast. For dinner, five or six ounces of any fish except salmon, any meat except pork, any vegetable except potato, one ounce of dry toast, fruit out of a pudding, any kind of poultry or game, and two or three glasses of good claret, sherry, or Madeira — champagne, port and beer forbidden....
Page 25 - ... or madeira — champagne, port, and beer forbidden. ' For tea, two or three ounces of fruit, a rusk or two, and a cup of tea without milk or sugar. ' For supper, three or four ounces of meat or fish, similar to dinner, with a glass or two of claret. 'For nightcap (!), if required, a tumbler of grog (gin, whisky, or brandy without sugar), or a glass or two of claret and sherry.
Page 14 - Neutral azotized matters Fatty matters Amylaceous matters, sugars, gums; Produces Heat Electricity; Restores its elements to the air or to the earth; Transforms organized matters into mineral matters.