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Good Living: A Philosophy of Health presents a critical review of the meaning of life and living. It discusses the anatomy and dynamics of digestion. It addresses the different parts that make up the ingestion of food. Some of the topics covered in the book are the components of digestion; energy, appetite, cooking, make-up of meals, and kinds of food; care of the circulatory system; type of breathing exercise; duration of exercise; type of aerobic exercises; health hazards of smoking; care of the nose; and house cleansing and health. The proper way of cooking food is covered. The relationship between sex and health and proper care of the mind is also discussed. The book can provide useful information to the general reader.
What Do We Mean by Life and Living?
Is There a Future Life?
Energy, Appetite, Digestion
Cooking, Make-up Of Meals
The Kinds Of Foods
Foods to be Avoided or Valued
III.—Care of the Circulatory System
IV.—Exercise and Exercises
VI.—Care of the Nose
VII.—House Cleansing and Health
IX.—Care of the Feet
X.—Care of the Teeth
XIII.—Sex in Relation to Health
XIV.—Care of the Mind
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1953
- 1st January 1953
- eBook ISBN:
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