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  • Dr Simeons Manuscript Pounds and Inches

    POUNDS & INCHES
    A NEW APPROACH TO OBESITY

    The Original HCG Diet Manuscript as written by
    BY: DR. A.T.W. SIMEONS

    We have taken the time to create a database of the original manuscript, separated by its own Table of Contents for your convenience.   You may use this page to easily skip to the various sections of the book.  In addition, the manuscript in its entirety (one page) can be found here:  Dr ATW Simeons Manuscript, Complete book, Free. (Please note, because of the size of this manuscript, this may take some time to load.)

    If you are looking for a quick summary of the original VLCD (very low calorie diet), that is available here:  Original 500 Calorie Food Menu

     

    Dr Simeons Manuscript Pounds and Inches

    Table of Contents

    Note: Many of these pages are on the old HDI platform but will be moved over shortly.  We apologize for any misdirected bookmarks that occur after the move.

     

    Dr. Simeons Manuscript- Forward -1
    The Nature of Obesity – 2
    The History of Obesity – 3
    The Significance of Regular Meals – 4
    Three Kinds of Fat – 5
    Injustice to the Obese – 6
    Glandular Theories – 7
    The Hypothalamus – 8
    The Fat Bank – 9
    The Three Basics of Obesity – 10
    Psychological Aspects – 11
    Compulsive Eating – 12
    Reluctance to Lose Weight – 13
    Not by Weight Alone – 14
    Signs and Symptoms of Obesity – 15
    The Emaciated Lady – 16
    Fat but Not Obese – 17
    The Treatment of Obesity – 18
    A Curious Observation – 19
    Fat on the Move – 20
    Pregnancy and Obesity – 21
    The Nature of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin -22
    The Real Gonadotrophins -23
    HCG no Sex Hormone – 24
    Importance and Potency of HCG-25
    Complicating Disorders-26
    Diabetes-27
    Rheumatism-28
    Cholesterol-29
    Gout-30
    Blood Pressure-31
    Peptic Ulcer-32
    Psoriasis, Fingernails, Hair, Varicose Ulcers – 33
    The Pregnant Male -34
    Technique – Warning – History Taking -35
    Duration of Treatment – 36
    Immunity to hCG -37
    Menstruation -38
    Further Courses – 39
    Conditions that must be accepted before treatment -40
    Examining the Patient -41
    Gain before Loss -42
    Starting Treatment -43
    The Diet – 44
    Making up the calories – 45
    Vegetarians – 46
    Faulty Dieting -47
    vitamins and anemia- 48
    The First Days of Treatment – 49
    Fluctuations in weight loss -50
    Interruptions of Weight Loss and The Plateau – 51
    Menstrual Interruption -52
    Dietary Errors – 53
    Water – 54
    Constipation – 55
    Investigating Dietary Errors -56
    Liars and Fools -57
    Cosmetics -58
    The Voice – for singers -59
    Other Reasons for a Gain – 60
    Appetite-reducing Drugs-61
    Unforeseen Interruptions of Treatment -62
    Muscular Fatigue -63
    Massage -64
    Blood Sugar – 65
    The Ratio of Pounds to Inches – 66
    Preparing the Solution 67
    Injecting – 68
    fibroids and gallstones -69
    The Heart and Coronary Occlusion 70
    Teeth and Vitamins -71
    Alcohol – 72
    Tuberculosis – 73
    The Painful Heel – 74
    The Skeptical Patient – 75
    Concluding a Course -76
    Skipping a Meal -77
    Losing more Weight -78
    Trouble After Treatment -79
    Beware of Over-enthusiasm -80
    Protein deficiency -81
    Relapses – 82
    Plan of a Normal Course -83
    CONCLUSION -84
    GLOSSARY -85
    Literary References to the Use of Chorionic Gonadotropin In Obesity -86

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