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As a basis for comparison with undernourished civilized man - in a world of apparent plenty - Dr. Wrench cites the little-known race of Hunzas, inhabiting a mountainous region in the northwestern tip of India. Here, in almost absolute isolation from the modern world, the Hunzas were found to represent, by all scientific standards, the very epitome of health, vigor and general well-being, both physically and mentally. What the Hunzas eat, how they grow it, how they prepare their food . . . all these are revealed in detail in THE WHEEL OF HEALTH. In addition, Dr. Wrench explodes the theories of heredity, (with substantiations by many other recognized authorities) explaining that diseases themselves are not passed on from one generation to another, but only those weaknesses which make a person more susceptible to the disease; weaknesses which might be corrected through proper food. Not only a very readable and thought-provoking treatise on proper diet, and an urgent plea for full recognition of vitamin values, THE WHEEL OF HEALTH provides a reliable guide to all who seek a better state of well-being and longer life, through proper eating.Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION Chapter I – THE HUNZA PEOPLE Chapter II – A REVOLUTION IN OUTLOOK Chapter III – THE TRANSFERENCE TO EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE Chapter IV – THE START Chapter V – CONTINUITY AND HEREDITY Chapter VI – OTHER WHOLEDIET EXPERIMENTS Chapter VII – FRAGMENTATION Chapter VIII – THE CAUSATION OF DISEASE Chapter IX – THE HUNZA FOOD AND ITS CULTIVATION Chapter X – PROGRESS BY RECOIL Chapter XI – AN ENTIRE EXPERIMENT