Herbivores (Grass and Leaf-Eaters), Carnivores (Meat-Eaters), Omnivores (Meat and Vegetable-Eaters) and Frugivores (Fruit-Eaters); Comparison of Human Physiological Characteristics; Minor Sub-divisions of Animal Species --- Gramnivores (Grain-Eaters), Insectivores (Insect-Eaters), Edentata (Creatures Without Teeth), Ruminants (Cud-Chewers) and Rodentia (Grain and Seed-Eaters).





Chemical Elements and Compounds; Simple and Complex Compounds; Chemical Elements in the Human Body; Chemical Processes and Their Physiological Functions; Biological Transmutations of Chemical Elements; Affinities of Chemical Constituents; Catalytic Powers of Chemical Elements; Oxidation of Chemical Elements; Oxidation of Glucose; Photosynthesis; Bacteria, Germs and Micro-organisms; Ash Residue After Combustion; Acid Compounds; Esters; Mutations; Emulsions; Hydrocarbons; Hydrolysis; Steroids.





Cellular Structures and Physiological Functions; Molecules and Atoms in Relation to "Energy-Fields"; Protoplasm, Cell Membrane, Cytoplasm, Nucleus, Microsomes and Mitochondria; Cellular Enzymes; Cellular Chemical Reactions; Adaptation of Cells to Specific Needs of the Organism; Specialized Tissue Cells; Cell Duties; Chemical, Structural and Functional Changes During Disease-Conditions; Classification of Cells; Direct and Indirect Cellular Mitosis (Cell Division and Reproduction); Cellular Nutrition; Cellular Metabolism and Respiration; Nucleic Acids (DNA and RNA); Nucleic Acid Therapy.





Functions of the Circulatory System; Description and Functions of the Heart; Functions of Pulmonary and Systemic Circulation; Functions of Arteries, Veins and Capillaries; Nutritive Fluids (Blood and Lymph); Specific Gravity of the Blood; Red and White Blood Corpuscles; Hemoglobin; Functions of the Lymphatic System; Functions of the Respiratory System; Functions of the Digestive System; Functions of the Urinary System; Functions of the Skin; Functions of the Endocrine System; Functions of the Skeletal System; Functions of the Muscular System; Functions of the Nervous System; Functions of the Reproductive System.





Electrical Energy Potential in the Human Body; Internal Equilibrium (Homeostasis); Body Fluids (Cellular, Interstitial or Extracellular, and Plasma); Electrolyte Salts in Relation to Cellular Metabolism; Composition and Concentration of Electrolyte Salts; Intracellular and Extracellular Fluid Compartments; Osmotic Equilibrium (Osmosis, Diffusion and Infiltration); Minerals in Relation to Osmotic Equilibrium; Potassium and Sodium Salts; Neutrality Regulation.





Definition of Acids and Alkalies; Acid/Alkaline in Relation to Hydrogen Ions; "Alkaline Reserves"; Electrical Potential of Atoms; pH of Body Fluids; Blood Buffers; Mineral Compounds; Healing in Relation to Acid/Alkaline; "Acid Mantle"; pH Value of Foods; Fruit Acids (Benzoic, Citric, Gallic, Malic, Oxalic, Tartaric, Tannic); Drug Acids (Synthetic, Prescription and Psychedelic); Acidosis and Alkalosis; Acid- and Alkaline-Forming Foods; Acidity/Alkalinity of Foods in Metabolic Reaction; Yin and Yang Elements in Relation to Acid/Alkaline Balance.





Sunlight in Relation to the Life Processes; Sunlight in Relation to Chemical Elements of the Soil and Atmosphere; Photosynthesis and Other Transformation Processes; Electrical Life Potentials; Electrical Ionization; Sunlight in Relation to Bacteria; Ultra-Violet Light; Energy Resources; Human Body Dependency Upon Sunlight; Sunbathing; Oxygen and Breathing; Respiration and Oxidation; Atmospheric Air; Proper Breathing Exercises.





Importance of Water in the Human Body; Water in Relation to Electrical Potential (Ionization); Water in Relation to Chemical Reactions; Uses of Water in the Body; Sources of Water in Basic Foodstuffs; Rate of Water Loss in the Body; Daily Minimum Water Requirements; Pathological Conditions that Alter Water Requirements; Preserving and Protecting Water Supplies; Composition of Seawater; Hard versus Soft (Distilled) Water.





Physiological Interaction of the Glandular Organs; The Ductless (Endocrine) Glands; Hormones; The Pineal Gland; The Pituitary Gland; The Thymus Gland; The Thyroid Gland; The Parathyroid Glands; The Spleen; The Adrenal Glands; The Gonads.





Definition and Structure of Enzymes; Types and Functions of Enzymes; Enzymes and the Digestive Process; Co-enzymes; Vitamins and Minerals in Relation to Enzymes; Enzymes in Relation to Acidity and Alkalinity; Enzyme Activity and Inactivity; Enzymes in Relation to Raw Versus Cooked Foods; Disease-Conditions and the Medicinal Functions of Enzymes.





Definition and Physiological Effects of Digestion; Mastication (Chewing); Deglutition (Swallowing); The Stomach; Gastric Digestion; Digestion and Water; Carbohydrate Digestion; Digestion of Fats; Protein Digestion; Digestion Time of Foods.





Basic Principles of Proper Food Combining; Starch and Sugar Combinations; Starch and Protein Combinations; Sugar and Protein Combinations; Fat and Protein Combinations; Acid and Protein Combinations; Acid and Starch Combinations; Protein and Protein Combinations; Melons; Milk; Improper Food Combining; Menus that Constitute the Proper Combination of Foods According to the Seasons of the Year.





Gastric Digestion and Absorption of Essential Nutrients; Digestion and Absorption as Preliminary Steps for the Metabolic Process; Definition of Absorption; Anabolism and Catabolism; The Small Intestine (Duodenum); The Pancreas and Pancreatic Secretions; The Liver and its Secretions; Intestinal Secretions.





Carbohydrate Absorption and Metabolism; Fat Absorption and Metabolism; Protein Absorption and Metabolism; Recommended Protein Intake; Biological Value (BV); Net Protein Utilization (NBU); Protein Efficiency Method (PEM).





The Process of Intestinal Elimination; The Large Intestine (Colon);The Ileocecal Valve; Intestinal Flora; Cellulose (Fiber); The Feces (Stools).