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Pounds & Inches
A New Approach to Obesity

By: A.T.W. Simeons, M.D.
Salvator Mundi International Hospital
00152 - Rome
Viale Mura Gianicolensi, 77

Table of Contents

Foreword

The Nature of Obesity

Obesity a Disorder

The History of Obesity

The Significance of Regular Meals

Three Kinds of Fat

Injustice to the Obese

Glandular Theories

The Thyroid Gland

The Pituitary Gland

The Adrenals

The Diencephalon or Hypothalamus

The Fat Bank

Three Basic Courses of Obesity

The Inherited Factor

Other Diencephalic Disorders

The Exhaustion of the Fat-bank

Psychological Aspects

Compulsive Eating

Reluctance to Lose Weight

Not by Weight Alone

Signs and Symptoms of Obesity

The Emaciated Lady

Fat But Not Obese

The Treatment of Obesity

A Curious observation

Fat on the Move

Pregnancy and Obesity

The Nature of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin

The Real Gonadotropin

HCG No Sex Hormone

Importance and Potency of HCG

Complicating Disorders

Diabetes

Rheumatism

Cholesterol

Gout

Blood Pressure

Peptic Ulcers

Psoriasis, Fingernails, Hair Varicose Ulcers

The "Pregnant" Male

Technique

Warnings

History Taking

The Duration of Treatment

Immunity to HCG

Menstruation

Further Courses

Conditions that Must Be Accepted Before Treatment

Examining the Patient

Gain Before Loss

Starting Treatment

The Diet

Making Up Calories

Vegetarians

Faulty Dieting

Vitamins and Anemia

The First Days of Treatment

Fluctuations in Weight Loss

Interruptions of Weight Loss

The Plateau

Reaching a Former Level

Menstrual Interruption

Dietary Errors

Salt and Reducing

Water

Constipation

Investigating Dietary Errors

Liars and Fools

Cosmetics

The Voice

Other Reasons for a Gain

Appetite-reducing Drugs

Unforseen Interruptions of Treatment

Muscular Fatigue

Massage

Blood Sugar

The Ratio of Pounds to Inches

Preparing the Solution

Injecting

Fibroids

Gallstones

The Heart

Coronary Occlusion

Teeth and Vitamins

Alcohol

Tuberculosis

The Painful Heel

The Skeptical Patient

Concluding a Course

Skipping a Meal

Losing More Weight

Trouble After Treatment

Beware of Over-enthusiasm

Protein Deficiency

Relapses

Plan of a Normal Course

Conclusion

Glossary


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