TC Fry “Life Science” Course Table of Contents

TC Fry “Life Science” Course Table of Contents

 
PART I: THE FOUNDATION OF LIFE
Intro to Life Science (Natural Hygiene) as a Way of Life
The Nature and Purpose of Disease
The Life Science System for Perfect Health, Part I
Program for Perfect Health, Part II
Intro to Nutritional Science
The Immense Wisdom and Providence of the Body

PART II: THE NUTRITIONAL BASES OF LIFE
Carbohydrates: Fuel for the Human Body
Proteins in the Diet
Vitamins: The Metabolic Wizards of Life Processes
The Role of Minerals in Human Nutrition
Fats in the Diet
The Role of Acid and Alkaline Substances

PART III: NONDIETARY FACTORS IN NUTRITION
Air, Sunshine and Natural Light Essential to Health
Water
The Roles of Rest and Sleep
Nutrition, the Mind and Emotions
Exercise and its Beneficient Role in Nutrition and Digestion
Ascertaining the Human Dietary Character, Part I

PART IV: HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY AND ANATOMY
Ascertaining the Human Dietary Character, Part II
The Physiology of Digestion
Symptoms During Dietary Transition
The Principles of Digestive Physiology

PART V: PROPER HANDLING, SERVING AND EATING OF FOODS
Application of Food Combining Principles
Selection and Storage of Most Wholesome Foods
Preparing and Serving Foods for Best Nourishment
The Elixir of Life: An Exploration of Food Condition, Body Conditions and Eating Conditions that Beget Euphoric Health and Long Life

PART VI: FOODS NOT SUITED TO THE HUMAN DIET
Why Condiments Should Not be Included
Sugars
Refined and Processed Foods
Why We Should Not Eat Meat
Why We Should Not Eat Animal Foods
The Harmfulness of Beverages

PART VII: WHAT’S WRONG WITH JUNK FOODS
Junk Foods, A Case Study of Molasses
Junk Foods, A Case Study of Onions and Garlic
Fermented and Putrefied Foods
Sociological Benefits of Avoiding Junk Foods

PART VIII: HARMFUL PRACTICES TO AVOID
Food Supplements
The Dangers of Drug Medications
Smoking
Why Herbs Should Not Be Used
Cooking Our Food
Overating, Fasting Fanaticism and Diet Fanaticism

PART IX: FASTING
Intro to Fasting
When to Fast
How long and How Often to Fast
How to Preside over a Fast
How to Break a Fast

PART X: ECOLOGICAL FACTORS AND THEIR ROLE IN NUTRITION
The Organic Garden
Orcharding
Chemicals in the Household Environment
Chemicals in Our Air
Solar Energy
Weather and Our Well Being

PART XI: HEALTHY INFANTS AND CHILDREN
Prenatal Care for Better Infant and Maternal Health and Less Painful Childbirth
Normal Feeding of Infants
Weaning the Infant: Feeding of Children
Fasting Children During Disease
Teaching Children About Healthy Living

PART XII: NATURAL HYGIENE — A BETTER WAY OF LIVING
Self Sufficiency and Natural Hygiene
Nutrition and the Skin
Healthy Eyes and Teeth
Nutrition and the Hair
Stress management: The Life Science Approach

PART XIII: “CURING” AND MEDICAL CONCEPTS
There Are No Cures
Contagion, Epidemics
How to Withstand Hospitalization with the Least Harm (What Treatments to Accept/Reject)
First Aid and Natural Hygiene
Nutritional Approach to Overcoming Addictions

PART XIV: COMMON ILLNESSES AND DISEASES AND HOW HYGIENIC LIVING CAN HELP
Colds, Flus, Upper Respiratory Ailments
Allergies, Hay Fever and Other Chronic Diseases
Sugar and Carbohydrate Metabolism Disease
Disease Relating to the Heart and Circulatory System
Cancers, Tumors
Ulcers
Gastrointestinal Disease
Reproductive Problems

PART XV: SOCIAL RAMIFICATIONS OF HYGIENIC LIVING
Adjustment to Hygienic Living Within the Family
Socializing and Natural Hygiene
The Adolescent and Healthful Living
Senior Citizens Living Hygienically

PART XVI: GETTING TO KNOW OTHER DIETARY SCHOOLS
The Basic Four Diet
The Dangers of a High Protein Diet
The Supplement Approach to Nutrition
Chiropractic, Homeopathy and Osteopathy
The Vegetarian Diet
Introducing Clients to the Need for Lifestyle Change

PART XVII: TEACHING HEALTH BUILDING PRACTICES
Psychology and Practical Aspects Involved in Making a Change in Lifestyle
Methods for Inducing a Lifestyle Change
Planning a Transition to Better Living
Teaching Your Clients about Fasting

PART XVIII: EXERCISE AND ITS ROLE IN HEALTHFUL LIVING
Exercise and Children
Exercise in Sickness and Recuperation
Corrective Exercises and Their Application
Devising a Lifestyle that Includes Vigorous Activity
Exercise Programs for the Healthy

PART XIX: TAKING CHARGE OF OUR DESTINY
Restructuring the Way We Produce Our Foods, Parts I & II
The Human Possibility: Harmonizing Society, Culture and Lifestyle to Save Our Planet

PART XX: CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS
The Initial Interview
The Health Practitioner and His Legal Responsibilities
Developing and Administering a Health Counseling Service
Inspiring and Motivating the Client
Methods for Generating Clients

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