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" First, that the stomach should never be filled to a sense of uneasy repletion. Secondly, that the rate of eating should always be slow enough to allow thorough mastication, and to obviate that uneasiness which follows food hastily swallowed. Thirdly,... "
The North American Journal of Homeopathy - Page 151
1862
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Medical notes and reflections

sir Henry Holland (bart.) - 1840
...application, and serving as a foundation for lesser injunctions, they would be the following : First, that the stomach should never be filled to a sense...either of body or mind, immediately after a full meal. The simplicity and familiarity of these rules may lessen their seeming value ; but in practice they...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 65

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir John Murray IV, Sir William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - History - 1840
...foundation for lesser injunctions, they would be the following : 1 First, that the stomach shetild never be filled to a sense of uneasy repletion. Secondly,...either of body or mind, immediately after a full meal. ' The simplicity and familiarity of these rules may lessen their seeming value ; but in practice they...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 39

Eliakim Littell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1840
...as a foundation for lesser injunctions, they would be the following : " Pint, that the stomarh should never be filled to a sense of uneasy repletion....should be no urgent exercise, either of body or mind, iinmediattly ui'ier a full meal. "The simplicity and familiarity of these rules may lessen their seeming...
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Results of Reading

James Stamford Caldwell - Literature and morals - 1843 - 351 pages
...complaint which the later use of purgatives, antimonial and saline medicines, would only tardily remove. 5 The stomach should never be filled to a sense of uneasy repletion: the rate of eating should always be slow enough to allow thorough mastication, and to obviate that...
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Household medicine, surgery, sick-room management, and diet for invalids

Household medicine - 1854
...most important of these maxims are the following : 1. That the food should be well masticated. 2. That the stomach should never be filled to a sense of uneasy repletion. 3. That there should be no urgent exercise, either of body or mind, immediately after a full meal....
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On the organic diseases and functional disorders of the stomach

George Budd - 1856 - 252 pages
...well as latest writers on this subject, the most important of these maxima are the following: 2. That the stomach should never be filled to a sense of uneasy repletion. 3. That there should be no urgent exercise, either of body or mind, immediately after a full meal....
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College Journal of Medical Science, Volumes 1-2

1866
...rules of some writers. Sir Henry Holland's are : " First, The food should be well masticated. " Second, The stomach should never be filled to a sense of uneasy repletion. " Third, There should be no urgent exercise, either of body or mind, immediately after a full meal."...
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On the tonic treatment of gout

James C. Dickinson - History and criticism - 1871
...ascertained fact that saliva possesses the chemical action of being able to convert starch into sugar. 3. That the stomach should never be filled to a sense of uneasy repletion. When the appetite is indulged, and a greater quantity is taken than is required to nourish the body...
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On Deafness and Noises in the Ear Arising from Rheumatism, Gout, and ...

William Harvey - Deafness - 1876 - 149 pages
...further cause of derangement. The food should be well masticated; the teeth should be healthy and sound. The stomach should never be filled to a sense of uneasy repletion, nor the quantity taken more than can be easily digested. There should be no urgent exercise, either...
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Habit and health

1890 - 347 pages
...application, and serving as a founda- tion to lesser injunctions, they would be the following : " First, that the stomach should never be filled to a sense...either of body or. mind, immediately after a full meal. " The simplicity and familiarity of these rules may lessen their seeming value, but in practice they...
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