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Article
July 1958

Ear, Nose and Throat Dysfunctions Due to Deficiencies and Imbalances.

AMA Arch Otolaryngol. 1958;68(1):134. doi:10.1001/archotol.1958.00730020138015

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Abstract

This provocative monograph is unique, refreshing, and informative. The author has selected for discussion a wide range of diseases, dysfunctions, and syndromes of the ear, nose, and throat, including migraine, histaminic cephalgia, Ménière's disease, perceptive deafness, Hilger's syndrome, allergy, and paranasal sinus dysfunction. In each of these he presents strong evidence that the principal causes are deficiencies and imbalances due to nutritional, electrolytic, hormonal, acid-base, and insulin-sugar abnormalities.

Extensive clinical observations related to biochemistry and therapeutic nutrition are presented in support of the author's concepts of cellular physiology and cellular dysfunction. Complete chapters are devoted to specific minerals, antimetabolites, gonadal substances, and insulin-sugar imbalance. Numerous case reports are included in the discussion of each clinical entity to emphasize the value of this new therapeutic approach.

The final chapter on "Basic Therapy" reviews the present knowledge concerning adequate nutrition and then proceeds to identify systematically those substances which are of practical

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