Peptic Ulcer: A New Approach to its Causation, Prevention, and Arrest, Based on Human Evolution focuses on the argument that the interference with the natural buffering of gastric acid by the food through the removal of protein in the refining of carbohydrates is the primary cause of peptic ulcer.
The book first offers information on the law of adaptation and the role of hydrochloric acid in the production of peptic ulcer and the law of adaptation and the role of stress in the production of peptic ulcer. The text then elaborates on protein-stripping in carbohydrate foods as the fundamental cause of peptic ulcer.
The publication takes look at racial incidence of peptic ulcer and explanation of the difference in the incidence of gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer. The publication also underscores the disregard of appetite as an aggravating factor in the production of peptic ulcer, heredity and peptic ulcer, and application of the argument to the prevention and arrest of peptic ulcer.
The manuscript is a dependable reference for readers interested in the study of causation, prevention, and arrest of peptic ulcer.
Preface Foreword I.—The Law of Adaptation II.—The Law of Adaptation and the Role of Hydrochloric Acid in the Production of Peptic Ulcer III.—The Law of Adaptation and the Role of Stress in the Production of Peptic Ulcer IV.—Protein-Stripping in Carbohydrate Foods Advanced as the Fundamental Cause of Peptic Ulcer V.—Racial Incidence of Peptic Ulcer. Africa VI.—Racial Incidence of Peptic Ulcer—Continued Nigeria and India VII.—Racial Incidence of Peptic Ulcer—Continued Indonesia, Malaya, and China VIII.—Racial Incidence of Peptic Ulcer—Continued Japan IX.—Evidence from Prisoner-of-War Camps in the Far East, 1942-45 X.—Peptic Ulcer in Westernized Countries. Explanation of the Difference in the Incidence of Gastric Ulcer and Duodenal Ulcer XI.—Disregard of the Appetite an Aggravating Factor in the Production of Peptic Ulcer XII.—Peptic Ulcer and the War in Europe, 1939-45 XIII.—Heredity and Peptic Ulcer XIV.—Application of the Present Argument to the Prevention and Arrest of Peptic Ulcer XV.—Relationship of Peptic Ulcer to Other Diseases XVI.—Summary and Conclusion Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Appendix F Appendix G Appendix H Index
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1962
- 1st January 1962
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