The Milk Diet

May your foods be your medicines.
HIPPOCRATES

CONTENTS.

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1. The History of Whey

2. What Is Whey?

3. The Nutritional Substances in Whey
LACTOSE
LACTIC ACID
LIPIDS
CALORIC INTAKE
PROTEINS
MINERALS
VITAMINS

4. The Healing Properties of Whey
A GENTLE BUT EFFECTIVE INTESTINAL LAXATIVE
REGENERATING THE INTESTINAL FLORA
STIMULATING AND DETOXIFYING THE LIVER
ELIMINATING EXCESS WATER FROM THE TISSUES
STIMULATING TOXIN ELIMINATION BY THE KIDNEYS
ENCOURAGING ASSIMILATION
CORRECTING THE BODY’S INTERNAL CELLULAR ENVIRONMENT

5. Principal Indications for the Whey Cure
ANTIBIOTIC TREATMENT
ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES
BLADDER INFECTIONS
BLOOD VISCOSITY AND HIGH CHOLESTEROL
CONSTIPATION OR INTESTINAL LAZINESS
DIABETES
FATIGUE, LACK OF ENERGY AND ENTHUSIASM
GAS AND BLOATING
HEART ATTACK AND STROKE
HEMORRHOIDS
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
INDIGESTION
JOINT DISEASES
KIDNEY DISEASES
KIDNEY STONES
LIVER DISEASES AND INSUFFICIENCIES
MUSCULAR SPASMS AND CRAMPS
SKIN DISORDERS
WATER RETENTION AND EDEMA
WEIGHT PROBLEMS

6. The Practice of the Cure
WHAT KIND OF WHEY SHOULD I USE?
DOSAGE
THE WHEY CURE
THE WHEY CURE AND DIET
CONTRAINDICATIONS

7. Supplementing the Whey Cure
MEDICINAL PLANTS
OXYGENATION
PHYSICAL EXERCISE
OTHER MODALITIES

Appendix 1: The Basic Principles of Detoxification Cures
ILLNESS: AN ACCUMULATION OF TOXINS
THE PROFOUND NATURE OF DISEASE
THE EXCRETORY ORGANS: THE EXIT DOORS FOR TOXINS
TO HEAL MEANS TO DETOXIFY
THERAPEUTIC DRAINING
THE IMPORTANCE OF MAINTAINING GOOD EXCRETORY FUNCTION
RECOGNIZING GOOD EXCRETORY FUNCTION
THE DRAINERS
THE PRACTICE OF DRAINING CURES

Appendix 2: Nutritional Analysis of Powdered Whey
Resources
POWDERED WHEY
SPA WHEY CURES