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Nutrition Tests For Better Health by Cass Ingram
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.5" Height: 1" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Publisher Knowledge House Publishers
ISBN 1931078084 ISBN13 9781931078085
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More About Cass Ingram
Dr. Cass Ingram is the auth or of more than 24 books, including The Cure is in the Cupboard, How to Eat Right and Live Longer, and The Cure is in the Forest. A popular media personality, he has appeared in over 5000 radio and TV interviews and is a popular international lecturer.
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A good alternative Feb 8, 2008
I have always been of the oppinion that drugs were not the way to acheive good health. After consulting with conferring with my Primary care practitioner, I began a regimen of vitamins based on the reccomendations of this book and am experiencing something amazing - Excellent Health! The common sense that Dr. Ingram writes should be law, instead of outlawed.
Propoganda Jul 13, 2007
The appendixes are the main useful parts of this book. According to this book any and all ailments that we have, (which we all in sometime have) according to this author we all are greatly deficient in any and every nutrient possible. To some extent he is true, but I think he is overdoing it here to get us on his side. The useful information here I think can be gleaned from some other book without being banged over the head by the authors agenda. If you live in central Florida, you can watch Cass Ingram on channel 14 on the show "Know the Cause" which comes on twice Mon-Fri at 12 and 12:30pm. But I do not at all recommend buying into the shows falseities. You can get more vitamins not by a supplement, but by juicing fruits and veggies daily and getting some sun and exercise.
A very helpful guide Mar 29, 2007
I liked this book, he also has a website on this. He does go overboard overall with the claims on oreganol p73, take it in stride. This book is great to get a starting point on your health and well being. It will help you on what suppliments to take and what to ask your doctor. I have never seen such a great book of such detail before and thought it was a great, insightful book!
Sudden Illiteracy Syndrome Feb 25, 2007
Wow, pleased to see that I'm not the only person who is skeptical of Ingram's baseless claims. While I agree that a natural unprocessed food diet is very important, his constant recommendations for his own products (without declaring his interests) is unethical and unprofessional indeed. He makes incredible claims, invents his own disorders: "Blood Sugar Collapse Syndrome" and "Inappropriate Estrogen Syndrome", and does not properly scientifically reference his work. The 2004 edition claims to have been "expanded and revised", when in fact the bibliography holds nothing published after 1993. He states that NutraSweet in small doses causes complete blockage of pancreatic enzymes, when the study in his bibliography pertained to saccharin - not aspartame! He doesn't even know the difference between aspartame and saccharin! A medline search on oregano oil yields 20 studies carried out on meat and bacteria - not one single human study has been conducted! Alcohol, coffee and tea are listed as a "cause" in every deficiency listed on the basis of one paper on each. Did he develop "sudden illiteracy syndrome" in 1993 which has prevented him reading any further papers? He should really be considered a laughing stock, but for the fact he is whipping unsuspecting people into a state of nutritional hysteria with the intent of relieving them of their hard-earned dollars. Shame, shame, shame on Cass Ingram. I give the book minus 100 stars.
For your information Jul 6, 2005
IOWA BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS PRESS RELEASE For release, April 9, 2003
Cassim Igram, D.O., a 47 year-old physician from Batavia, Illinois, entered into a Settlement Agreement with the Board to resolve pending disciplinary charges. Dr. Igram was charged with being disciplined by the Illinois Medical Board. The Illinois Board accused Dr. Igram of engaging in unprofessional, unethical and dishonorable conduct in his care and treatment of several individuals who sought nutritional consultation. Dr. Igram was fined $4,000 and his Illinois medical license was placed on permanent and irrevocable inactive status. Under the terms of the Iowa Settlement Agreement, Dr. Igram must provide the Board 90 days written notice and fully comply with any and all requirements established by the Iowa Board prior to beginning the practice of medicine under his Iowa medical license.