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Psychosomatic Diseases Are Allergic Reactions

The diseases without names are diagnosed in most cases as being psychosomatic in origin when, in fact, they could be traced to a definite environmental source. Theron G. Randolph, M.D., a clinical ecologist in Chicago, recounted his clinical experience…

The Fasting Technique to Discover Ecological Allergies

Every ninth American has a mental illness severe enough to require psychiatric treatment. Half are under twenty-five years of age. This is a population group that finds relief from treatment by clinical ecologists. They may have ecological mental illne…

An Ecological Cure to Alcoholism

The addictive aspects of food allergy and chemical sensitivity were first discovered by the late Herbert J. Rinkel, M.D., of Kansas City, and further explored by Dr. Randolph, who proved the addictive quality of allergens by inducing withdrawal symptom…

Allergens can be Addictive

Compulsive overeaters, smokers and alcoholics are examples of people who crave something that is sure to cause future health problems, yet their addictions won’t let them give it up no matter how much logic is used. Peculiar as it may sound, those pe…