Hereby the 32 topics which will be discussed during the course – “Introduction to Natural Healing and Surgical Nutrition”:

  1. What naturology is and what naturalist doctors do.
  2. The basic first assumption of Naturology regarding diseases.
  3. What health beliefs are and what their contribution to disease creation is.
  4. The three sources of our incorrect and harmful health beliefs and how one can transform them to achieve full recovery.
  5. Why recuperation must be through learning and a personal responsibility
  6. The history of Naturology, the philosophy, which is opposed to drug therapy.
  7. The conclusions derived from the epidemiological (behavioral) and comparative animal research.
  8. The nature laws and needs theory.
  9. The three scientific proofs of the certainty and validity of the nature laws and needs theory – the clinical, the laboratory and epidemiological proofs.
  10. The two strong, intelligent, innate body powers, which lead a sick person to be a healthy one and why they may or may not work in your case.
  11. The three main disease causes.
  12. Why children get sick. Healing crises, acute diseases and the way they lead to chronic diseases later on.
  13. How the body`s blood acidity influences the overall health condition: calcium content decline, baldness, teeth decay, nails, skin, fatigue, early aging and more.
  14. The horrible influences of the conventional diet recommended by clinical dietitians.
  15. What is the best diet for mankind? The evidence is derived from anthropophysical investigation.
  16. How the different food groups influence our health.
  17. What are the correct proportions of carbohydrates, fats and proteins in a healthy diet and why  must they  continuously be changed to remedy various health problems?
  18. What are the big mistakes made by the consumption of carbohydrates, fats and proteins?
  19. Are all kinds of protein healthy for us?
  20. What is the daily recommended protein intake and why?
  21. Are all kinds of fats the same in their nutritional quality and healthy for us?
  22. How much fat should we consume daily?
  23. Are all kinds of carbohydrates the same in their nutritional quality and healthy for us?
  24. What should be the proportion of carbohydrates in our daily diet?
  25. Innovative epidemiological (behavioral) research and its critical contribution to our health knowledge.
  26. The Naturologists recommended daily nutrition, the 11 food groups.
  27. The three nutritional principles for achieving full recovery and optimal health.
  28. The uniqueness of the surgical nutrition method in the elimination of chronic diseases and the prescribed drugs.
  29. Why is the follow up service so crucial for your success?
  30. Nutritional supplements. Do we need them?
  31.  Is Being Healthy Easy Or Hard?
  32.  How to build a new attitude towards reality and create success in the field of health