Josiah Oldfield TB
USED TREATMENT FOR YEARS. Has Foaad It Beaeidal in Cases 3fot Too Far Adraaced Declares Declares Beer Is Also Great Creator Creator of "Blood Stamiaa.'- sraciAL. r.r cabuk. Ixmdon. Sept. i Copyright. Is5.r-8sa rather startl'ng theories as to th uea certain remedial ngents tn the treataseat of tuber.-u!osb ware stated hy Doctor Joseph Joseph Ol.tfl-M of Harley street, when iatejt-vtewed iatejt-vtewed on the -sbject of the treataseat a oonsamptlot! by the Juices of vegetabls. as a result of which DoeW Raaaeu of Jffew Tork. according to a cable, dispatch published here, clalmi' to have, cured eleven patients. Doctor OldnVld is of recognlaetl position siui lattaence. It t. not only a licentiate of the Royal Collesv of Physicians and Mtmbfi1 f the Roynl College of Surgeons of london. but Is abw iiossessed of the degrew of P. C. I- of the University of Oxford, and la barrister at law of lin-oobVs lin-oobVs Inn. He has written a number cf hooks on tuberculosis, "lurch as a food In natare, the claims of common Uf and th penalty of death, and has contributed to th BrttWh Medical Journal papers on such kindred questions as deal In relation to cancer. "I ssa very auxiour." said Doctor Old-Seld. Old-Seld. "that people should not run away with th false Idea that they are going to be cured by the juices of vegetables Pi th same way the world thought consump-ttv consump-ttv patients were going to be "''' T Dootor Koch's serum. Q "At th same time. I have been for a number of years hi charge or the ld If si til Fruitarian Hospital at Bromle; Kent, and. while we do not take In au case, at sdvanced tuberouloeis. I feel we ar la a special positiba to judge of the vala of vegetable juices la consumptloa. PARTXA' AGRKE8 WITH AU8SI3X. "Doctor KJssiffa elaba la that th best war t treat tubercolosla Is to Issereas the comsarJv power f the blood cocsesi clrs. and therein I Iblnk he Is right. Our I experienos has distinctly seen that the right us of frabs and vegetable juices of the utmost hwaortancs In Incriaalas; the stamut of th blood oarpusclss of th body- $ -1 hv cess to look upon flesh feed as largely a sttsjulaat and. therafor. valuable valuable In cases of urgency. Uke alcohol. Ob the other hand, a certain traasker of fnsKs aad vegetables are specially fcedfaMj; sad therefore rsamtlally nutritloua. I pat shrams shrams la fltst or ail foods that Z know of. -After raisins coma apples, pears aadt their j rices. In the form of sweet cider and sweet perrj". Both are praetleaBy nonalcoh.ilic Then, of ngststles, sxr experience has been that carrots ar hast of all to use raw. aad at the aaase Was grated, not chopped. Of other iibjiUMsb, watercress is also good. "On the question of cooking-, tha i why cooked vegetables hav not th I effect as raw vegetables to largely owtag to the fact that the water la which vegetables vegetables have been boiled, and which contains contains the chief saline of vegetables, ha t been thrown away. The proper way to rook vegetables, if you want to retain their curative value. Is to retain the water in which they are cooked or to ste them without water. I do not look ' potatoes as at all a good vegetable, as they are liable to disease themselves.