By Herbert M. Shelton
The Hygienic process is one during which either the good and the ailing are cared for completely through the employment of fabric or affects conducive to the promoting of future health. A Hygienic fabric or effect is person who is in general hired via residing organisms of their development,, progress and serve as. it truly is that upon which lifestyles relies. Hygiene hence turns into the employment of fabrics, brokers and affects that experience a standard courting to lifestyles, within the maintenance and recovery of overall healthiness in keeping with well-defined legislation and established rules of nature.
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The body -47- ORTHOBIONOMICS is a socio-physiological organism in which the good of the whole community of life takes precedence over that of the individual organ, and in which the vital spare products of the work of each organ contributes to the integrity and function of all the other organs. Not the expedient profit of one organ, but the well-being of the whole organism is the aim of all physiological activity. ir functional results; the cooperative efforts of the totality of organs making up the body tend to produce a resultant equal to their combined value and greatly enrich each organ thereby.
The red cells are oxygen carriers, their function depending upon the presence of hemoglobin. They also carry carbon dioxide, so that they are important factors in both the nutrition and the drainage of the body. It is estimated that normally about one-fourth of the blood of the body is in the lungs, which means that an average of about one thousand square yards of blood cell surface is constantly exposed to the air. As our commonly recognized "normals" are far from valid, this figure may be short of the genuine norm of nature.
Mal-bionomic adaptation is unhealthful adaptation and results in degeneration. The body possesses the ability of adjusting itself to unnatural or anti-vital conditions, if given sufficient time. If we stick to a practice or influence long enough the very laws of nature seem to change to fit the abnormal condition; and, although the experiment may kill a million or more people, shorten the lives of millions more and dethrone the mental and moral controls of many more, we persist in seeing the merely apparent change of laws and ignore the real damage behind the appearance.