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From: FireSurfer7 on 22 Jun 2008 15:07
Dr. Herbert Shelton, a strict vegitarian, lived a full and
accomplished life and was almost ninety years old when he passed away.
Although this is a ripe old age for most people it is believed he
would have lived much longer had he rested more from the exhausting
work which ultimately made him vulnerable to the effects of prior
injuries. Dr. Shelton had been a boxer earlier in his life and
Parkinson's is a common disease that boxers suffer from. He also
received a horrific blow to the head when he was kicked by his
stallion. His teeth were so badly jarred that he began to loose them
one at a time over the years. His health suffered much from this
incident. Multiple dazing blows to the head can cause traumatic brain
injury which commonly results in the declining mental and physical
abilities characteristic of Parkinsonism. Add to this the fact that
Dr.Sheltons family had a very strong genetic tendency to Parkinson's
disease which several close family members, including his own father,
had suffered with. Complicating his health matters even further he was
reportedly a workaholic that drove himself relentlessly and slept very
little. In addition to his genetic predisposition and his accident
history Dr. Shelton suffered a neck injury and after decades of
overworking and sleep loss he, in his final years of life, developed a
spastic nerve disorder believed to have been Parkinson's. The
workaholism of his lifetime had finally taken its toll. His drive to
help people and his consistent dedication to the work of Hygiene is
believed to have been the central factor that so adversely affected
his health and made him vulnerable to this disease. It never affected
his mind, however, which remained incredibly sharp to the very end.
Neither was his drive affected which was demonstrated from the fact
that he continued his work until the end all the while maintaining a
From: drceephd on 22 Jun 2008 15:54
On Jun 22, 3:07 pm, FireSurf...(a)gmail.com wrote:
> Dr. Ward
I have nothing but the greatest respect for someone like Dr. Shelton.
As far as his disorders are concerned, I have also been informed that
Dr. Shelton had a habit of eating farm fresh, but unwashed veggies, at
the farmer's markets. This may have led him to be exposed to, and
poisoned by, pesticides, algacides, insecticides, etc, which may have
contributed to or actually caused his Parkinsonism.
You cannot secure nor restore health with pus or poisons.
From: D. C. Sessions on 22 Jun 2008 16:22
In message <8184f657-204f-4728-86a9-9fd75225009c(a)p25g2000hsf.googlegroups.com>, drceephd(a)insightbb.com wrote:
> As far as his disorders are concerned, I have also been informed that
> Dr. Shelton had a habit of eating farm fresh, but unwashed veggies, at
> the farmer's markets. �This may have led him to be exposed to, and
> poisoned by, pesticides, algacides, insecticides, etc, which may have
> contributed to or actually caused his Parkinsonism.
Do you think *that* is what happened to the Blackfoot?
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