Little Lessons in Corrective Eating [Lessons 1-24].

New York: Corrective Eating Society, Inc., circa 1916.

Twenty-four stapled booklets, 16.6 x 11, 8 + index; 8; 10; 10; 13; 8; 15; 15; 15; 14; 16; 16; 12; 16; 12; 14; 12; 13; 10; 14; 15; 16; 11; and 16 pages. Later printing. Twenty-four lessons in as many volumes, with the first containing a laid-in notice describing the program: “These ‘Little Lessons in Scientific Eating’ are not theoretical essays, but practical menus by which you and your family can begin at once to correct your eating.” Sampling just a few lesson titles you will find a range of topics from “What Food is and its True Purpose”, “How Wrong Eating Causes Diseases”, and “Obesity, Its Causes and Cure—with Sample Menus” to “Food and Morality”, and “Nervousness Its Causes and Cure—with Sample Menus”. Christian published prolifically on the subject of health, nutrition, and orthomolecular medicine promoting natural foods, eating raw, and the harmonization of food types with over forty titles. In addition to founding the Corrective Eating Society in 1914, he also headed many groups such as Health-Culture Society and the Christian Dietetic Society. In printed wrappers, with only the slightest wear to staples, otherwise fine.

Price: $200.00

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