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Introducing John Harvey Kellogg, the undisputed Father of Natural Health
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 10:33 pm    Post subject: Re: Introducing John Harvey Kellogg, the undisputed Father of Natural Health Reply with quote

Doug Freese wrote:

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comment: How can this man have any professional credibility as a
physician and surgeon if he dabbles in any form of showmanship and food
promotion? Either you are a doctor or you are a promoter and a
showmanship, you cannot be both.

Oh! I see. Either you are a mentally challenged physician who suffers
from bad memory problems, or you are a highly intelligent and gifted
showman?

Sorry, but Kellogg was both at the same time. Eat your heart out,
Geek!

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The man was a greeday bastard, and he was one of the first to
successfully sell crap as real food to unsuspecting ill people who
trusted him as a trained physician.

Oh! You must be talking about ALL the most famous and influential
people of his time period?

People like, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., J. C. Penney,
Ed Little (the Palmolive Soap executive), Mrs. Knox of gelatin fame,
John H. Patterson (National Cash Register Company), E. T. Welch (a
prosperous grape juice man), Arthur Capper (senator and wealthy
publisher), President of the International Harvester Company, Johnny
Weismuller, and Amelia Earhart.

Yeah, Right, Sure: ALL the most famous and influential people of his
time period were clearly either too poor or too stupid to know what
they were doing?

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He was a fraud from day one and his
memory shouild be kept alive so that people today can learn to
recognize quacks and frauds in the food and health industry.

Many of his treatment methods were highly effective during a time
period when antibiotics were simply not available. He preferred
holistic nursing techniques, over drug treatment methods.

A very common health problem during Kellogg's time period was dyspepsia
and biliousness because the masses generally ate a very bad diet. It
would be no exaggeration to state that Kellogg specialized in these
types of gastric disturbances. Thus, it is very reasonable to assume
that many of Kellogg's rules for Biologic Living were designed to
prevent these types of gastric problems.

In short, you are just the typical ignorant stuck up little Science
Geek who is fundamentally just a shitty person at heart.

Who says so? I do.
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