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NCJ Number: 69480 Find in a Library
Title: BACK TO THE BASICS
Author(s): B J REED
Date Published: 1977
Page Count: 23
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THE PURPOSE OF THIS MANUAL IS TO PROMOTE THE AWARENESS OF THE CONNECTION BETWEEN ANTISOCIAL OR CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR AND AN IMBALANCE IN THE BODY CHEMISTRY OFTEN CAUSED BY LOW BLOOD SUGAR AND ALLERGIES.
Abstract: THE MANUAL DESCRIBES THE TECHNIQUE OF PINPOINTING BODY CHEMISTRY IMBALANCE THROUGH THE COMBINED USES OF A QUIZ, SELF-REPORT OF THE CAUSE OF THE ARREST, SOCIAL HISTORY, AND A GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST. RECOMMENDED DIETARY CHANGES AND AN EXERCISE PROGRAM ARE THEN SUGGESTED. THE MANUAL ALSO DISCUSSES RESEARCH THAT EXPLORES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ALCOHOLISM AND NUTRITION. TESTS ADMINISTERED TO PERSONS REFERRED TO THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT OF THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF CUYAHOGA FALLS, OHIO, ARE GIVEN, AS WELL AS A SUGGESTED HYPOGLYCEMIA DIET AND VITAMIN SUPPLEMENTS, THE ANNUAL 1975 AND 1976 DEPARTMENT REPORTS ON SYMPTOMS OF HYPOGLYCEMIA ARE ALSO INCLUDED WITH A LIST OF SYMPTOMS OF HYPOGLYCEMIA. FIVE REFERENCE MATERIALS AND 14 BOOKS ARE GIVEN.
Index Term(s): Biological influences; Crime Causes; Holistic therapy; Ohio; Probationers
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