Salt and Other Condiments

As regards the quantity of salt which may be eaten with impunity , it is reassuring for those who use it in what may be ... but it probably fell into disfavour , as least in the eyes of those who recommended 16 SALT AND OTHER CONDIMENTS .

Author: John Jackson Manley

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ISBN: OXFORD:590650112

Category: Condiments

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Healthy Living According to Gandhi

ommon condiments. salt may Many be people rightly cannot counted eat as their the food king without among it. ... There is a school in England who even holds the view that salt is more harmful than most other condiments.

Author: Orient Publishing

Publisher: Orient Paperbacks

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Category: Health & Fitness

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A discerning selection of thematic essays on health & sustainable wellness by one of the truly great figures of the twentieth century. True health is a balanced state of physical, emotional, spiritual, mental and social well-being attained only by living in obedience to the laws of Nature. Illness is the result not only of our actions but also of our thoughts. More people die out of the fear of disease than the disease itself. Nature has given our body an innate capacity to heal itself. Our role is to help promote this process by removing obstacles to healing so that body can take care of itself. Ignorance is the root of disease. We often get bewildered at the most ordinary diseases, and in our anxiety to get better simply make matters worse. Our ignorance of the most elementary laws of nature and health leads us to adopt wrong remedies... "It is far easier and safer to prevent illness by observing the laws of health than to set about curing it... It is the duty of all thoughtful men to understand aright the laws of health... The object of (this book) is to give an account of these laws. We shall also consider the best methods of cure for some of the most common diseases." — Gandhi
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The Philosophy of Eating

But whatever else is accomplished in the system by salt , its essential use is that of a condiment , exciting the secretory organs to do their duty . Certain it is that it does incite to action the salivary and other glands .

Author: Albert Jones Bellows

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ISBN: OSU:32436011247747

Category: Diet

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Epidemiology of Arterial Blood Pressure

intake per person per day amounted to 23.2 g for Akita, as against 14.2 g for Osaka, i.e. the salt intake by ... At the same time, salt, 'miso (soybean paste), soybean sauce, and other condiments were distributed to each family ...

Author: H. Kesteloot

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400988934

Category: Medical

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Hypertension is a major health problem and contrary to ischemic heart disease, which occurs only in Western countries, its distribution is almost universal. It is this universality that has prompted us to gather, in this book, data on arterial blood pressure obtained in different parts of the world. Moreover, cerebrovascular mortality, which is the commonest cause of death from hypertension, is decreasing in most Western countries and in Japan, and the reasons for this are still far from clear. A major problem in comparing blood pressure values from different centers is the standardization of the measurement. Complete standardization will never be achieved if one takes into account the numerous factors that may influence blood pressure in epidemiological studies. Whether blood pressures are measured by doctors or by technicians, are recorded at home, in the working place or in a hospital, in sitting, standing or supine position, and is taken during the same examination-all of these whether a blood sample factors can influence blood pressure measurement. But meals, time of day (blood pressure being higher in the evening), heart rate, cuff size, stethoscope used, digit preference, month of year, temperature, etc., can equally influence the measurement. Home reading of arterial blood pressure at standardized times is probably the best answer to all of these problems and has been used with gratifying results in a comparative study between Belgium and Korea.
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Chronological and Descriptive Index of Patents Applied for and Patents Granted Containing the Abridgements of Provisional and Complete Specifications

1289 . EMANUEL , MAURICE , of Portsmouth , in the county of Hants .-— " An improved salt cellar or vessel “ to contain salt or other condiments , also an implement to be used therewith or separately therefrom “ for serving condiments .

Author: Great Britain. Patent Office

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105027508303

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Specifications and Drawings of Patents Issued from the U S Patent Office

A table vase consisting of a holder for the contents ; and , secondly , in the combina- salt or other condiments and a supplemental tion of a holder for salt or other condiments holder for a bouquet , napkins , spoons , or other and a ...

Author: United States. Patent Office

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ISBN: UCAL:C2539709

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Key to Health

CONDIMENTS. I. have not said anything about condiments in the last chapter. Common salt may be rightly counted as the ... throwing away water in which rice, potatoes, other vegetables have been boiled , the supply becomes inadequate.

Author: M. K. Gandhi

Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan

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Category: Health & Fitness

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Key to Health. Anyone who observes the rules of health mentioned in this book will find that he has got in it a real key to unlock the gates leading him to health. He will not need to knock at the doors of doctors or vaidyas from day to day.
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The Kitchen Food and Cooking in Reformation Germany

CONDIMENTS Our sources suggest that sixteenth-century Germans relished strong flavors and enjoyed their condiments. By far the most common seasoning, ... Even the finest quality of salt was not expensive compared to other condiments.

Author: Volker Bach

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781442251281

Category: Cooking

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This work introduces readers to German culinary history in the Reformation era from the perspective of social history, and explores food and eating in terms of their economic, social, and religious ramifications. Food production, preparation, and consumption are in the foreground. Recipes and other relevant sources are provided in translation.
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Routledge Revivals Miners Quarrymen and Saltworkers 1977

visible means of subsistence« found sleeping on Aston«s salt works, Witton. ... 72¥3. Defoe visited the town of Northwich to view the salt pits which he found to be ... 1 J. J. Manley, Salt and other Condiments, London, 1884, pp. 43¥4.

Author: Raphael Samuel

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781315447940

Category: History

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Industrial discipline in mining, quarrying, brickmaking and other classes of mineral work was very different to that in nineteenth-century factories and mills. First published in 1977, this book deals with mineral workers of every class and discusses the peculiarities and common features of their work. It offers three detailed local studies: pit life in County Durham, slate quarrying in North Wales, and saltworkers in Cheshire alongside an introductory section on mineral workers in general. The author is concerned with the family and community setting; the social relationships at the point of production itself; job control and trade unionism; and with material culture, wages and earnings.
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