Nutritional Fixin' Mixin' Author:The Nutrition Study Council of Phoenix, Arizona From the introduction: — "Today germs are not our principal enemy. Our chief medical adversary is what I consider a disturbance of the inner balance of the constituents of our tissues, which are built from and maintained by necessary chemicals in the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat. For a generation we have worked on the... more » concept that our cells are never static and that in time they must be replaced in varying degrees by the nutrients obtained from food. More specifically, our working hypothesis has been that all disease is chemical and, when we know enough, chemically correctable."
T.D. Spies, M.D.
Professor of Nutrition and Metabolism
Northwestern Medical School, Chicago
Director, Nutrition Clinic, Hillman Hospital, Birmingham, Alabama« less