This does not represent a new theory about the injurious effects of pork consumption, but only states those which stem from the laws of Moses and Mohammed as well as the unusual results of observations of patients, the author’s own family and even himself. From these it had to be conceded that the ever increasing number of illnesses due to the consumption of pork in many ways correspond to the religious instructions given to the Jews arid to the Islamic population and are absolutely justified. Even without the risk of trichinosis, which can also affect bears, rats, mice, dogs, wolves and other animals, the stress factors found in pork alone are enough to fully justify these ideas.
Fortunately, quality restaurants are to be found in every town whose pure food (i.e., without the addition of pork) is prepared in a natural way and where, for example, cheese dishes are not ruined by adding ham.
Restaurant owners would soon see a marked difference in their profits if patrons avoided their establishments after having an especially well recommended meal which in some way contained pork and were to realize their suffering from biliary gallstones, inflammations of the appendix, inevitable gain in weight, high blood pressure, fatty degeneration of the liver, or other dreaded diseases, particularly arthritis and arthrosis, was a direct result of pork consumption.
Hopefully this paper will help all those who have not yet become aware of the dangers of eating pork to change their dietary habits to exclude pork; it would be a great accomplishment. This does not mean a diet which is monotonous, but to the contrary can be one that is both pleasantly varied and one that meets the biological requirements, this will result in a diminished yearning for fats as well as a positive effect on one’s general health which can be enjoyed for many years.
As a result of investigations, this firm advice should be given to patients:
Always avoid eating pork even in the smallest amount. If you have avoided eating pork for a few weeks, then occasional pork consumption of small amounts will produce an immediate increase in the defense system of the body which will appear as itching, inflammation or pains in weakened points of the body, disorders of the gall bladder (colics), inflammation of the appendix, rheumatic pains, etc. There may also be other inflammations or pre-warning signs such as tiredness, as well as a deterioration of eczema, irritation and dermatitis. All of these are symptoms caused by the poisonous nature of pork.
In any event, many illnesses and the unhappiness they bring to you and your family can be avoided, providing you eliminate all forms of pork, and only buy sausages and meats that are absolutely pork-free.
Once you have kept a strict adherence to a pork free diet, you will begin to recognize when you have eaten food, which unknown to you, actually contained pork; simply due to the effect it has upon your own health.
It should always be remembered that the whole pig consists of low grade material, fat, mucous, irritants, ichorous and other substances which will cause inflammation as well as dangerous hormones which when eaten and absorbed by the human intestinal tract decompose into ichor.
Therefore, the only way to prevent ichorous illnesses is, to advise your patients of keeping a strict ban on all types of pork. Beef, veal, mutton, fowl and venison can be eaten without hesitation. Rabbit and hare should also be avoided.
Be critical with yourself and reject all arguments. This abstinence in addition to biological and homeopathic treatment and natural methods, such as compresses, hydrotherapy, etc. will soon render improved health for yourself and all the members of your family. Disorders arising from the unintentional consumption of pork will be quick to heal through these natural processes as they allow the actual detoxication and removal of all the poisons and stress factors in pork.
Healing, according to homotoxicology, means becoming free of toxins and toxin-damages.
Health, according to homotoxicology, means being free of toxins and toxin-damages.
The diathesis stress model explains psychological anxiety disorders as an interaction between a predisposition to the disorder and environmental stress.
Harthoorn & Young (1974) commented that the pathological picture in wild animals that have died following mechanical capture ("capture myopathy" or "overstraining syndrome") is indistinguishable from white muscle disease seen in cattle suffering from vitamin E deficiency, but pointed out that prophylactic and subsequent symptomatic treatment with vitamin E and selenium-containing preparations did not have any beneficial effects on captured animals.
Effect of PCBs fed to hens on the incidence of exudative diathesis in progeny fed a sub-optimal level of seleniuma------------------------------------------------------Additions to diets of hensb Exudative Weight gain-------------------------- diathesis of chicksPCBsd Seleniume in chicksc (g/2 weeks)(mg/kg) (mg/kg) (%) ------------------------------------------------------0 0 35 890 0.15 0 10210 0 30 8210 0.15 45 78------------------------------------------------------a Adapted from: Combs et al.
In another study, addition of 50 mg PCBs/kg diet increased the incidence of exudative diathesis in vitamin E-deficient chicks receiving selenite at 0.04 mg selenium/kg diet from less than 60% in the controls to almost 90% in the PCBs group, 14 days after hatching (Combs & Scott, 1975).
Language was added to Criterion A (“… and exhibited during interaction with at least one individual who is not a sibling”) so normative family systems experiences will not be pathologized. Another important note has been added to Criterion A that further restricts the diagnosis by indicating that oppositional and defiant behavior persistence, frequency, and intensity should be used to differentiate normative expressions from symptomatic expressions that are uncharacteristic for the individual’s developmental level, gender, and culture. Additional diagnostic guidelines include the following:
The DSM-5 provides a thorough discussion regarding the differences between early-onset gender dysphoria and late-onset gender dysphoria. Additionally, and importantly, the gender dysphoria criteria eliminate the sexual orientation specifiers found in the DSM-IV-TR’s definition of gender identity disorder. This reflects a growing understanding that gender identity and sexual orientation are not inherently intertwined. In summary, changes to the previous gender identity disorder in the DSM-5 make the gender dysphoria diagnosis more restrictive and conservative. As Drescher notes, “It takes psychiatrists out of the business of labeling children or others simply because they show gender-atypical behavior.”
Language was added to Criterion B that expands the disturbance in behavior to include “distress in the individual or others in his or her immediate social context (e.g., family, peer group, work colleagues).” Criterion C contains new language excluding diagnosis of oppositional defiant disorder during the course of a substance use disorder or disruptive mood dysregulation disorder.
133:380, 2010 for photos)Transformation of the gallbladder or urinary bladder epithelium to stratified squamous epithelium in the presence of foreign bodies (stones, schistosome eggs) Replacement of airway pseudostratified mucin-producing ciliated columnar epithelium by an epithelium consisting almost entirely of goblet cells (cigaret smokers and asthmatics) Replacement of the columnar mucoid epithelium of the endocervix by stratified squamous epithelium in women infected with wart virus Replacement of most columnar and transitional epithelium by stratified squamous epithelium, and replacement of corneal epithelium by heavily-keratinized epithelium (vitamin A deficiency) Replacement of fibrous tissue by calcified bone (many scars, which in the real world may be considered "normal") Replacement of laryngeal, tracheal, and costal cartilages by bone (old age) Replacement of normal gastric epithelium with intestinal epithelium in stomach disease ("intestinalization") stomach mucosa with intestinal metaplasia (right;there's a bit of dysplasia/anaplasia as well); normal at left stomach mucosa with intestinal metaplasia (goblet cells, etc.) Replacement of transitional bladder epithelium by mucin-producing epithelium ("cystitis glandularis", a misnomer since there's no inflammation) Replacement of flat simple squamous epithelium by cuboidal epithelium (damaged alveoli, hurt mesothelial surfaces).
Most notable is her inclination to act thoughtlessly and irresponsibly in peer and family matters and to be generally careless and imprudent, failing to plan ahead or to consider the consequences of her behavior. She may be prone to taking undue chances and seeking thrills, acting as if she were immune from danger. She tends to jump from one risky and momentarily gratifying escapade to another with little or no care for potentially detrimental consequences. Also salient are her failure to constrain or postpone the expression of offensive thoughts or malevolent actions, a deficit in guilt feelings, and a consequent disinclination to refashion repugnant impulses in sublimated form. She may perceive herself as a victim, a youthful bystander subjected to unjust family persecution and school hostility. Through this psychic maneuver, she not only disowns her malicious impulses but attributes 'acts of evil' to others. As a persecuted victim, she then feels free to counterattack and gain restitution and vindication.
According to Boskey’s (2013) article, “Sexuality in the DSM 5,”the new manual does a reasonable job of reflecting changing public and scientific opinions. A number of positive changes in the new manual will please many involved in sexuality counseling, research, and activism. The DSM-5 makes it much clearer that a broad range of sexuality and gender expressions should be considered normal and healthy, while streamlining the diagnosis of sexual dysfunction for both men and women. Furthermore, it includes an expanded sexual abuse section with definitions that give clearer descriptions of the broad range of acts that providers and the legal system should consider problematic.